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A new study of Canadian nursery children has found that toddlers in Montreal nurseries prefer playing with children of the same ethnicity,
Eight fathers who attend a dads' group have written a book of children's stories to be given out free to fathers and encourage them to read to their children.
The number of parents who read to their children has seen a sharp increase since they joined the Dolly Parton free book gifting programme, according to a new survey.
Signs4Life has launched a new workshop to increase understanding of Asperger's Syndrome.
How do you support language development? Take part in our survey and you could win free membership of the National Literacy Trust's Early Years Network.
New teaching methods are needed to help schools cope with a growing number of children who have increasingly complex special needs and disabilities, according to new research.
The National Childminding Association has launched new advice for Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) to help registered childminders.
Early years services should be available for all and not targeted at vulnerable families, new guidelines for EU countries state.
Ambitious reforms for special needs support could be stymied by being launched in a time of budget cuts. Mary Evans hears about the issues.
Staff in early years settings are to work with health visitors to assess children's development before the age of three, under Government plans to identify children with special educational needs and support them as early as possible.
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