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The MP for East Hampshire was appointed as education secretary yesterday in the Prime Minister Theresa May’s reshuffle.

According to new research, specialist teachers of the deaf have been cut by 14 per cent in the last seven years, while the number of children needing support has risen by 31 per cent.

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

Education must offer a ladder of opportunity for those from disadvantaged backgrounds, says Robert Halfon, chair of the education committee and Conservative MP for Harlow

Early years organisations, childcare providers and unions share their new year wishes.

An inquiry into childcare policy and its influence on the economy has been launched by the Treasury Committee.

The early years investment fund, which was due to provide cheap money to enable settings to expand, has been quietly jettisoned, Nursery World has learned.

Everything you ever needed to know about the Government's flagship 30 hours policy