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Further education colleges face a ‘looming financial crisis’, a committee of MPs has warned.
Following the announcements made in the Chancellor’s Autumn Spending Review, Dr Jo Verrill, managing director of research agency Ceeda, examines how providers will be affected financially
Childcare minister Sam Gyimah has confirmed that there will be a workforce strategy established next year.
The hourly rate paid to providers for the two-, three- and four-year-old places is set to rise in Birmingham.
Early years settings will receive an average of £4.88 to deliver the Government’s pledge of 30-hours of free childcare for three-and four-year-olds.
Parents will need to work 16 hours a week to be eligible for 30 hours of free childcare from 2017, the Chancellor has confirmed.
Eight in ten teachers think investing more in the quality of early years education would improve primary school results, finds a new survey.
A parent campaign group has raised concern over the lack of detail in the Scottish government’s plans to double the number of funded hours.
A new series of reports call for early intervention to be made a priority to prevent children as young as seven at risk of gang involvement and youth violence turning to crime.
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