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13
Nov

Human development indices and indicators: 2018 Statistical Update

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13
Nov

How shared parental leave will move the needle for Canadian dads

A federal benefit program launching next year signals that dads taking time off after a birth is not only normal, it's expected. EXCERPTS Canada is finally going with Daddy Days. Well, not by...
12
Nov

In the rush to improve early education, don't forget about teachers

Quality early-childhood education demands a well-trained workforce EXCERPTS
12
Nov

The lessons of mayor Bill de Blasio’s universal pre-k initiative

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12
Nov

Ryerson's Gerrard Resource Centre requests donations for emergency child-care services

EXCERPTS Ryerson University’s Gerrard Resource Centre (GRC) needs to raise $35,000 in order to continue to provide emergency child-care services in 2019. For more than 30 years, the emergency child-care program has...
08
Nov

More women seek paid work and will do so increasingly

EXCERPTS  American women have begun to "lean in," as the expression has it. After years, indeed decades of decline, women’s participation in paid work has begun to rise again. The recent wage acceleration no doubt has...
08
Nov

Who helps with homework? Parenting inequality and relationship quality among employed mothers and fathers

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07
Nov

Ontario - NDP work toward childcare private member's bill

EXCERPTS NDP’s Early Learning and Child Care critic Doly Begum was joined by parents, children, child care advocates and early childhood educators on Thursday for a play day in support of NDP legislation to create high...
07
Nov

Working families must be supported, for their sake and Australia's

EXCERPTS As any parent can attest, the birth of a child unravels life into chaos. Babies — adorable little creatures — bring a whirlwind of nappies to be changed, bellies to be filled and often baffling demands to be...
07
Nov

The importance of gender in early childhood education policy

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