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child care subsidy
Election result means an uncertain three years for the sector
Voting with early education in mind? Here’s what you need to know.
Great policies deserve great implementation
Free access to early education for refugee children in NSW pilot program
Labor pledges to end “free giveaways” from services
‘There are real concerns about the survival of services’: BBF services and the Child Care Subsidy
When it comes to “transition support”, apparently rich private schools need more than NQF services
New childcare policy still leaves vulnerable families behind
EDITORIAL: From today, Australia’s early education sector takes a backwards step
The Government claims to hate red tape – but the Child Care Subsidy is nothing but red tape
News round-up: Is the tide turning on the Child Care Subsidy?