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Contents 1. The details – an abridged version of today’s
Here’s news and views on early childhood education.
These articles and announcements are on pertinent issues and happenings.
Is your centre among those that opted-in to pay teachers at least up to the Step 5 salary amount in 2022? In the last funding
Recently the commercial lobby made two big claims regarding the closure of early childhood services. The Early Childhood Council claimed that: The rate of early
Early Childhood Education Services Go Unchecked, Harming the Performance of the Sector and Potentially Putting Children at Risk. Monday, 5 September 2022. So far this
EXPLAINER BY DR SARAH ALEXANDER. August 11, 2022. The question has to be asked, why does the government only fund ECE teacher pay and conditions
Ministry of Education Lack of Enforcement on Ventilation. July 27, 2022. By law early childhood centres must have adequate ventilation (natural or mechanical) that allows
A call for mandatory reporting of abuse. July 26, 2022. Five-year-old Malachi Subecz was murdered in November 2021. The ECE centre he attended saw and
Are Kindergartens Willing to Let Other ECEs Have Same Funding and Pay Parity? July 1, 2022. Click on the video play button Share the video
Disciplinary Tribunal. Opinion Editorial by Dr Sarah Alexander. May 22, 2022. An early childhood centre teacher whose conduct should have been handled in-house by their
Budget 2022 Commentary and Analysis. May 19, 2022. There are slim pickings for early childhood education (ECE) in this year’s Budget. The Government has failed
Opinion-Editorial on Network Management. Dr Sarah Alexander. May 12, 2022. (also see an update published June 22, 2022) New regulation for Network Management from February
Major Privacy Breach by one of NZ’s Largest Childcare Providers. March 31, 2022. In a major privacy breach, one of NZ’s largest providers of early
ECE Service Advice on Rapid Antigen Tests – Children and Staff. March 16, 2022. Key recommendations: RATs should be taken home and not administered at