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Opinion: do parents need to talk the talk?    

As parents, we all worry about our children’s development, and whether we’re doing the right things to help them achieve. Children from less advantaged backgrounds on average achieve less than their same-aged peers. They also trail behind in spoken language ...

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Opinion: new childcare legislation can’t wait

While the Senate Committee charged with considering the government’s childcare package works on its report, parents around the nation continue to cry out for help to make childcare more affordable and accessible. It’s nearly a year since the federal government announced ...

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Opinion: the power of 1-on-1 care

Early childhood is a vital period for human learning. A qualified nanny can offer young kids a beautiful learning journey, yet this is often overlooked. Educators are frequently seen as the sole facilitators of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), ...

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