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Oct

The ‘Universal Access to Early Childhood Education’ agenda in Australia: Rationales and instrument

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17
Oct

Universal child care, maternal employment, and children’s long-run outcomes: Evidence from the US Lanham Act of 1940

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Oct

No more baby steps: Political insights from the 2018 election for moving childcare policy forward in Ontario

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17
Oct

Platform analysis: Family affordability

Gen Squeeze's analysis of the 2019 federal election family affordability platforms Excerpted from the introduction This election, Generation Squeeze is undertaking a rigorous assessment of...
17
Oct

Q-and-A: Flamborough-Glanbrook candidates outline plans for child care

EXCERPTS As part of its comprehensive coverage of the federal election, the Review invited each of the Flamborough-Glanbrook riding candidates to weigh in on a particular issue. This is the second in a three-part...
17
Oct

Early childhood care is federal election issue

Wetaskiwin voters should be asking candidates about childcare EXCERPTS Canada is a little over a month away from the federal election and the main political parties are beginning to roll out...
17
Oct

Green Party calls for universal access to affordable, child-care

EXCERPTSOTTAWA  – The Green Party of Canada will dedicate additional resources to making universal, affordable, early learning and childcare (ELCC) system a reality. This plan will provide support for parents, enhance...
17
Oct

The child care paradox: How to build a better system

EXCERPTS Ask any parent of young children about their biggest expenses and child care is likely at the top of their list. Up there with housing and other necessities, child care costs on average almost $10,000 a year...
17
Oct

Don’t push inclusive education on young children, says Newfoundland and Labrador parent

EXCERPTS A parent has complained to the provincial government that elementary school children are too impressionable to be taught about inclusive education, and she doesn’t want “rainbow” symbolism in schools because of...
17
Oct

Regina cafe with childcare and free co-working space aims to help moms succeed

Supervised play area $10-15/hour for parents, complimentary meeting rooms for all EXCERPTS Brain Snacks may look like a traditional cafe, but CEO Donna Rae Crooks said her organization goes...

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