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The Government’s ‘education and childcare occupational map’ has caused some confusion and controversy. Charlotte Goddard investigates what the new qualifications and training will be

Under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the way companies store and use data must change – or they could face a hefty fine. The Pre-school Learning Alliance gives the lowdown on the new laws

In a new series about Universal Credit, David Finch of the Resolution Foundation explains exactly what the new benefit is, what it replaces and how it compares

Nursery World and NDNA join forces for a new behind-the-scenes column

In the final instalment of this series, Mark Traynor of HRC Law reviews the trends, big spenders and notable themes of 2017

In the latest in this series on managing SEND, Karen Faux reports on how to create a supportive environment for staff

Our resident legal agony aunt, Caroline Robins, principal associate at Eversheds, myth-busts common misconceptions on employment law

A child’s foundation for learning is their real experiences and should not be infused with ideology that devalues their social class, argue Jane Payler and Jan Georgeson

What progress is being made on representation of men in childcare, and what about other groups? asks Charlotte Goddard

After a refresher in Froebellian principles, manager Tatiana Carvalho has found that open-ended resources have propelled children to new levels of creativity.