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The Government is ignoring the plight of the populace, which urgently needs a strategy to help it, says Michael Pettavel

In the late Eighties, Sheffield Children’s Centre took the Thatcher Government to court over Section 28, which banned the promotion of homosexuality in schools. Chrissy Meleady, who led the fight, tells the story 30 years on

From the 30 hours to Bold Beginnings to a new Baseline pilot, the DfE is consistently ignoring our sector’s concerns, says Sue Cowley

With no apparent action on Workforce Strategy promises for EYTs, the prospect of a graduate-led workforce is diminishing

Natalie Perera says that the state of children's centres reinforces the case for a clear strategy for integrated early childhood services

It seems that the Government has not been listening to the strong case against the REception Baseline, says Liz Roberts

The Report on Childcare released last week by the Treasury Committee was almost breathtaking in the scope and intensity of its criticism of Government childcare policies.

With the number of young people starting apprenticeships down by 40 per cent, it's a challenging time for employers, says Mark Dawe

Assessment has become a political game, says Michael Pettavel

Long-awaited details of 'Baby PISA' have not been met with much acclaim, says Liz Roberts