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The recent 20th anniversary of Sure Start, which evolved into Children’s Centres, is a reminder of what we are at risk of losing

The Government’s well-received strategy on school teacher recruitment shows what could be achieved if it made the same effort with early years

It matters that the average early years practitioner is paid the same as a hairdresser and that nearly half rely on state benefits

When it comes to funding and positive action, the early years sector has received slim pickings from the Government in 2018

A recent OECD report confirms that the UK needs to better support disadvantaged children in order to improve their prospects

Ahead of the Government’s spending review, it is spoilt for choice when it comes to research showing more must be spent – and where

The Government focus on skewing funded childcare towards working parents means those most in need are missing out

Two reports reveal that degrees for early years staff are not sufficient on their own, and that Reception class sizes are too big

The Education Policy Institute is launching a new study on the early years workforce and how it can improve children’s outcomes

Why are more parents of summer-born children requesting a delay to their school start, asks Natalie Perera

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