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Parents, disabled children, young people and professionals will take to the streets in 26 locations across the country today to declare a national funding crisis in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) provision.
With the 40 per cent most disadvantaged two-year-olds now eligible for funded places, Hannah Crown takes a look at how prepared both nurseries, and councils, are to deliver.
Ofsted’s first annual early years report, with its focus on school as the best place for two-year-olds, has drawn a vocal response from the sector.
All peope have rights, so what about babies' rights? asks Penelope Leach Ph.D, C.Psychol, FBPsS
Cuts in funding from central Government are forcing local authorities to take a different approach to their children's services and education, at a time of many other changes, writes Pauline Hoare.
How will local authority cuts in advisory services and staff affect support for the early years sector, asks Janet Murray.
What do we hope for or fear happening in the year ahead? Nursery World heard from a range of concerned people across the early years sector.
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