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We have become good at creating bad jobs, says Vidhya Alakeson

It is time to highlight the essentials of effective early years practice in schools, says Nancy Stewart

It's hard to believe that this is the final issue of Nursery World for 2013.

Lisa Harker, head of Strategy Unit, NSPCC, calls for children's centres services to be refocused on supporting children under the age of two

The National Children's Bureau (NCB) has begun a wide-ranging and much-needed debate on the future of children's centres, including a survey about their purpose and value.

Children's Commissioner Maggie Atkinson says that we must listen to what children and young people think and feel

I am increasingly concerned that the tail is wagging the dog when it comes to meeting the needs of our youngest children in education

Will Universal credit deliver on its central claim – to make work pay not just in the first hour but for every subsequent hour?

I think that the early years sector has been preserving a quiet sense of satisfaction that, amid all the policy moves that could threaten quality services for young children, the proposed ratio changes for babies and two-year-olds had been fought off.

Early Learning Consultancy's Helen Moylett and Nancy Stewart argue why children have been set up to fail by the new Early Learning Goals

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