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What does the future have in store for the early years workforce if current trends continue? Sara Bonetti, associate director of early years at the Education Policy Institute, makes some exclusive predictions

What does the history of early years policy and qualifications tell us about today’s workforce? Hannah Crown charts developments from the NNEB to T-Levels

What is the future of early years work placements under T-Levels? Bill Esmond, associate professor of learning and employment at the University of Derby and who is part of a team evaluating the T-Level placement pilots, reports

Recruitment crisis, 30 hours, rising costs… for those in the early years sector, it’s easy to feel beaten at the moment. But there are ways to challenge authority if you know how, as campaigner Jo Parkes reports

What role does mentoring play in maintaining a quality early years workforce? Annette Rawstrone looks at what’s available for trainee Early Years Teachers

Making sure standards don’t slip and morale remains high amid change in a setting is a vital leadership skill. By Katy Morton

Jackie Musgrave explains how using the Early Childhood Studies Degrees Network to submit papers can enhance students’ professional development

What characteristics are required for those working in the early years? Verity Campbell-Barr sets out the findings of her research on the subject

We know that pay and prestige are a problem for early years staff in the UK, but how does the workforce fare in other countries? Meredith Jones Russell investigates

Environment has a major effect on well-being, say Anthony Boulanger and Yeoryia Manolopoulou, directors of AY Architects, who offer some advice to those planning to build or refurbish a setting

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