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Do increased availability and reduced cost of early childhood care and education narrow social inequality gaps in utilization? Evidence from Norway

Author: 
Sibley, Erin; Dearing, Eric; O Toppelberg, Claudio; Mykletun, Arnstein & Daae Zachrisson, Henrik
Publication Date: 
26 Feb 2015
Entered Date: 
17 Feb 2016

The 30 hours childcare debate

Author: 
O'Sullivan, June
Publication Date: 
17 Feb 2016
Entered Date: 
17 Feb 2016

Women must make affordable childcare an election issue

Author: 
Moriart, Sinead
Publication Date: 
9 Feb 2016
Entered Date: 
9 Feb 2016

@petermansbridge to @JustinTrudeau: "It's 2016. Isn't it time for a national day care program?”

February 4, 2016 by Martha Friendly

It wasn’t surprising that child care was one of the topics Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was pressed about last Sunday on CBC’s Face to Face with the Prime Minister.  There are millions of families in all regions—families like that of the CBC’s representative young middle class mom Jenna Fray— who are struggling with child care. Parents cannot find and afford good quality child care for love or money.

Childcare costs: Yet another way we're failing the poor

Author: 
Mathur, Aparna
Publication Date: 
1 Feb 2016
Entered Date: 
3 Feb 2016

Tsai Ing-wen vows ‘affordable’ childcare system

Author: 
Lok-sin, Loa
Publication Date: 
25 Jan 2016
Entered Date: 
26 Jan 2016

FMQs: Anger over £10m childcare funding cut

Author: 
Macnab, Scott
Publication Date: 
21 Jan 2016
Entered Date: 
26 Jan 2016
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