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Professor Kathy Slyva, one of the authors of the EPPSE study, explains why new research into early education places and children's outcomes contradicts their findings.

New childcare and education minister Sam Gyimah certainly didn't duck the issue of schools and nursery provision in his first public speech at Policy Exchange.

Earlier this year, Birmingham City Council announced that from April 2015 childcare providers in the city would only be funded to deliver the free entitlement if they paid the Living Wage of £7.65 an hour. The uproar in the sector was well reported by Nursery World and is easy to understand.

As Prime Minister David Cameron reshuffled his Cabinet recently, many of us waited to learn who would be the minister responsible for children.

Early years organisations are urging the education and childcare minister to think again about her decision not to protect funding for nursery schools.

Early Years Equality has been inundated by calls from settings concerned that their equalities responsibilities have been diluted in the recently revised EYFS.

Current early years policies betray a lack of understanding of very young children's needs, argues Pre-School Learning Alliance chief executive Neil Leitch

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