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While childcare may no longer be seen as 'women's work', there are still far too few men in the sector, says Sue Cowley.

Sue Cowley argues that play is the key.

In an essay published in 1893, educational reformer and philosopher John Dewey said we should 'cease conceiving of education as mere preparation for later life, and make it the full meaning of the present life'.

When I was young, it was the accepted norm that children were parented at home, and educated at school.

'Affordable Childcare': it's the soundbite on every childcare minister's lips.

Sue Cowley has a few questions she wants to put to Sam Gyimah about his Policy Exchange speech

Voluntary-run playgroups and pre-schools are the finest example of the 'Big Society' and should be supported to become sustainable, argues volunteer Sue Cowley.

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