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What are the implications of recent research for investment in childcare, ask Vidhya Alakeson
An independent review of childcare funding is needed to make sure the free offer works well, says Jill Rutter of the Family and Childcare Trust
Decisions about childcare affect thousands of families on a daily basis. We know from a whole range of surveys that parents struggle with decisions about childcare for reasons of affordability, availability and quality.
Janet Grauberg, editor of CentreForum's recent early years report, calls for commitment and clarity on the Early Years Pupil Premium
Early years organisations are urging the education and childcare minister to think again about her decision not to protect funding for nursery schools.
The way in which the Government has chosen to deliver the Tax-Free Childcare scheme could have implications for providers and parents, warns Fiona Shields.
Moves to attract new childcare professionals mustn't obscure the need to develop the skills of those already working, says Liz Bayram, chief executive of the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years
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