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10
Apr

175 million children are not enrolled in pre-primary education

UNICEF's first-ever global report dedicated to early childhood education highlights a lack of investment in pre-primary by the majority of governments worldwide EXCERPTS More than 175 million...
08
Apr

Mothers at Work: The Fiscal Implications of the Proposed Ontario Childcare Rebate

C.D. Howe Fiscal and tax policy E-brief. CITATIONKim, J. & Laurin, A. (2019). Mothers at Work: The Fiscal Implications of the Proposed Ontario Childcare Rebate. Fiscal and tax policy E-...
03
Apr

26,000-signature petition demands increased for Manitoba's child-care centres

Centres struggle financially, while parents struggle to find spaces: Manitoba Child Care Association EXCERPTS A box brimming with petitions signed by 26,000 people landed with a metaphorical...
03
Apr

Providers' finances: Evidence from the Survey of Childcare and Early Years Providers 2018

Research report EXCERPTS from the Executive summary
03
Apr

The early years workforce in England

A comparative analysis using the Labour Force Survey EXCERPTS from the Executive summary
03
Apr

Igniting possibilites: Promoting innovation

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03
Apr

Transportation and child care: Key barriers to work in Kawartha Lakes

EXCERPTS Until his work accident, ‘Tom’ had always had regular employment. Deemed medically unfit to work by a team of doctors, and denied WSIB benefits, Tom had to sell his possessions and eventually the family vehicle...
03
Apr

Time to formalize daycare in Cambodia

EXCERPTS The Cambodian state has taken responsibility for providing preschool education with a two-to-three-hour session per school day to some children aged between three an six years old, but there is no concrete plan...
03
Apr

'My girls are getting a future here'

In India, parents who migrate to cities often have no choice but to leave their children alone while they work at low-wage jobs. Now there’s some relief. EXCERPTS NEW DELHI — By midafternoon...
03
Apr

Saskatchewan government introduces parental leave for politicians

EXCERPTS REGINA—The Saskatchewan government has changed its rules so legislature members can take parental leave and bring their babies to work. The governing Saskatchewan Party and Opposition NDP collaborated on the...

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