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In this series of speaking-up articles, parents, teachers, service owners and the public talk candidly about their experiences in early childhood education and our ECE system.
What they describe can be good, sometimes sad, or even frightening.
But most often what we find is that from those who bravely speak-up, issues and problems are illuminated that our sector is failing on and authorities have preferred to sweep under the carpet.
So please do make time to read the articles here.
The centre had a really high teacher attrition rate indicative of poor human resource management. The owner – a large Company – had the attitude
Unsafe to Complain: Parents Not Supported to Have a Voice in Commercially Operated Early Childhood Centres. This opinion article is published as part of our
When I became a teacher I did not expect to be working at an early childhood centre where children were force-fed. As a centre