How to stop the rise of ‘Child Education Clubs’

Educators in schools across Australia will have to start planning now to cope with the influx of new students and students from overseas, according to the head of the Association of School Principals.Education groups will also need to work together to plan a strategy to respond to the growth of ‘child education’ clubs, the head at the Australian Council for […]

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The Government’s child care plan is an expensive boondoggle

By Nick LeggettThe Government’s $14.6 billion plan to fund child care for the disadvantaged is a costly boondoggles, writes Nick Leggedett.The scheme is to cost about $6.5 billion and the Government’s spending plans are designed to boost gross domestic product (GDP) by $2.8 trillion over the next four years, which is to say about 3 per cent of GDP.Yet if […]

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Why I believe a $1 billion fund for child care and child care motivation could help the country’s child care industry

Child care is an important part of Australia’s economy, yet only about half of the jobs available are child care workers.A $1bn fund that would create a $100 million fund for childcare and child development educators could be a game-changer for the sector, as well as a source of additional income for families.As part of the $1.5bn Childcare and Child […]

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Trump administration to offer $3 million to support gun education program

President Donald Trump’s administration is proposing to give $3.4 million in grants to states to help promote gun safety and training, a senior administration official told Politico.The National Rifle Association, which is also on board with the plan, welcomed the move.“This is a critical first step in the right direction to reduce gun violence and protect our children,” the group […]

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New U.S. child education research program aims to help families prepare for the future

Child education experts at the Center for American Progress say the federal government is moving toward a “child learning” strategy that aims to provide a more “effective way to build resilience for all children” and that could make a difference in how schools work in the coming decades.The Center for Education Policy and Education Research (CEPR) is partnering with the […]

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How to choose the right school for your child

By choosing a school for you child, you can have the right education.There are many things to consider when choosing a child education program.We want to help you with that decision.To get started, read on to learn more about the following topics:1.School’s age and size2.School demographics3.School attendance and outcomes4.Student achievement.If you’re ready to get started on this journey, you’re here!To […]

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How to get to the training ground

In today’s blog post we’ll be talking about how to get the most out of your time at the training camp.It’s all about getting the best out of training.This article will cover the basics, and a few other topics that are worth a look too.The basic rule is that you want to be on the training field as soon as […]

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Why should I be a parent?

If you’re thinking about giving up your child, you might want to consider a parenting class.It’s a topic that has fascinated the sports world for years, with coaches often turning to the sport to teach youngsters how to manage a life in the spotlight.It doesn’t have to be a traditional parenting class, however.There are many different ways to get started, […]

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