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Tasmania to overhaul child services, protection laws

Tasmania’s Hodgman Government has acknowledged the rights of children ahead of new legislation determining the role of the Commissioner for Children that will be tabled this month. The new legislation will expand the role of the commissioner. Children and young people’s views will be ...

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The Ten Principles for an early childhood education state

Early Learning Association Australia (ELAA) has brought together a group of peak bodies, service providers, community sector organisations and research institutions to develop The Ten Principles for an Early Childhood Education State, a framework to guide the Victorian Government’s reform ...

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Top 5 tips for healthy screen time habits

Professor Leon Straker from Curtin University wants kids to spend more time outdoors than on their technological devices. Straker explained how before the current generation of mobile touchscreen devices, children had to be about 3 years old in order to interact ...

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