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In this evidence area, you will find details and links to all current and past issues of the NZ-International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal.
You will also find reports and studies concerning many different topics and issues for early childhood education and care.
Effects of Early Childhood Education. By Dr Sarah Alexander.February 27, 2008. Introduction The methodologically soundest (best) research over the past 20 years on the effects of early
Children Who Benefit from ECE and Do Not Benefit – A study of 15,000 children in England. The Research on Children Who Benefit From ECE
This report presents findings from the 2020 ECE Sector Employment Survey of teaching staff from the community and private parts of the sector. It is
Below is a copy of the first report from the 2020 Employment Survey, reporting a selection of findings concerning the quality of ECE experienced by
This report on staff pay and retention takes data from the 2020 ECE Sector Employment Survey. It answers nine questions: The results are discussed and
Covid-19 Early Childhood Education Sector Views – risks cannot yet be well managed in ECE and distance education is an unsuitable substitute for ECE. Report
Key Findings on Salary Attestation Affordability: 95% of people in the ECE sector surveyed supported an increase in the minimum wage rates centres must at
The latest and only pre-Budget survey of the early childhood sector has found that the government has a lot of work to do if it
Choking on apple: A tragic incident in early childhood education and care in NZ This report examines how parent expectations that early childhood education is
This report examines early childhood education ECE Sector Workplace Bullying. It draws on the responses of 900 teaching staff and supervisors and 80 childcare business
The Confidence and Funding Survey was run to find out: Whether the government is taking early childhood education in the right direction. If things are
Work related injuries. Forty-six percent of staff reported experiencing work related injuries, physical or mental health problems in the last 12 months, as part of