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The statistics show that the children who could most benefits from access to early childhood education provided in a licensed/regulated setting are the least likely to participating in it.
This page presents proposals received from ChildForum members and non-members for improving equity of access and increasing participation for children from disadvantaged and government's target groups (i.e. Maori and Pacific people).
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Pay Increases in Early Childhood Education in 2012 (1 match)
Government to Continue its Focus on Getting More Under-Fives into Education (1 match)
Record Keeping and Retention of Electronic and Paper Reports - Requirements of the Ministry of Education, Auditors, ERO, IRD and Charities Commission (1 match)
Childcare Warning: Dangers of New Year Partying (1 match)
New Research from the USA Adds to Body of Evidence that Early Education Benefits At-Risk Children (1 match)