News

17
Jul

UNICEF and National Assessment and Examination Centre complete an assessment of quality of pre-school programmes in Georgia: Tbilisi

EXCERPTS The Law on Early and Preschool Education and Care adopted by the Parliament of Georgia with the technical support of UNICEF includes major innovations targeted to improving quality, access and equity in early...
17
Jul

Study on quality of early childhood education and care in Georgia: Tbilisi

The purpose of this study was to identify the benefits and challenges of introducing a new curriculum framework and professional development tool for early educators in preschools in Georgia. Five dimensions of quality...
17
Jul

Morell child care moving from mobiles to school classrooms

'It's just the ideal place for us to be' EXCERPTS Parents and educators of children who attend the Morell and Area Early Learning Centre in Morell, P.E.I., are looking forward to moving from...
16
Jul

Income of families and individuals: T1 Family File, 2016

  This file shows the fall of the rates of children living in low-income in all provinces and territories, specifically how low income rates have fallen more for children in lone-parent families. The statistics (from...
16
Jul

Why do parents spend so much on child care, yet early childhood educators earn so little?

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16
Jul

Limited Availability Of Child Care Keeps Some Local Parents Home

  EXCERPTS Between the high cost and general unavailability of child care on the Upper Cape, some local families are finding themselves having to pass up work opportunities to stay home with the children. Lauren Melillo...
16
Jul

East Vancouver daycare avoids closing thanks to local funding

EXCERPTS A prominent East Vancouver daycare that was set to close its doors this month has announced it will remain open for now thanks to financial support from the municipal government and a local charity. The...
16
Jul

Return to work: parental decision making

  Executive summary
16
Jul

£60m fund for new and revamped nurseries launched

  EXCERPTS A £60m fund to set up new nurseries across Wales, or refurbish existing ones, is being launched. It is part of Welsh Labour ministers' pledge to provide 30 hours a week free childcare for working parents of...
16
Jul

Daddy pay care

As shared maternity leave and benefit bill proposed - we reveal what parents currently get and how Ireland compares to other countries   EXCERPTS A NEW law allowing parents to share the...

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