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21
Nov

Child care called key to ending child poverty

EXCERPTS Child care is the missing puzzle piece in Canada’s quest to end poverty, says Campaign 2000 in its annual report being released Tuesday, the United Nations’ Universal Children’s Day. The national coalition...
21
Nov

Why aren't U.S. wokers working?

Abstract Labor force participation among U.S. men and women ages 25 to 54 has been declining for nearly 20 years, a stark contrast with rising participation in Canada over this period. Three-fourths of the difference...
20
Nov

Child poverty in the OECD: Trends, determinants and policies to tackle it

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20
Nov

Bold ambition for child and family poverty eradication

2018 Report card on child and family poverty in Canada Introduction The promise of a new beginning inspires much joy and hope when a child is born. For too many parents, this hope is quickly...
20
Nov

DCU launches Ireland’s first dedicated early childhood research centre

New centre for early childhood studies aims to place Ireland at centre of global research map EXCERPTS A centre for early childhood studies that aims to place Ireland at the centre of the...
20
Nov

The Bulletin: Minister moves to overhaul early childhood education

EXCERPTSA major new plan to overhaul early childhood education has been unveiled by the government. Radio NZ has a rundown of the key details of the plan, but the topline is this: the government is targeting better...
20
Nov

DPM: Govt plans to merge early childhood education institutions

EXCERPTS The government has plans to merge early childhood education institutions in the country through the setting up of the Special Committee for Oversight of Early Childhood Education Institutions in Malaysia, the...
20
Nov

Lack of quality child care comes with heavy cost

EXCERPTS The importance of early childhood education, quality child care access and community buy-in took center stage Friday during the eighth annual Success by 6 Early Childhood Business Summit at Goshen College....
20
Nov

NDP invests $6 million to support Indigenous languages in education

EXCERPTS The NDP government will invest up to $6 million to increase supports to Indigenous languages, helping to better train teachers and expanding resource development for early childhood education and kindergarten...
20
Nov

Training program for early childhood educators to help keep Mi’kmaw language alive

EXCERPTS HALIFAX—The federal and provincial governments are teaming up with a Mi’kmaw advocacy group and the Nova Scotia Community College to create an Indigenous-centred training program for early childhood education....

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