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Goodstart Early Learning continue their positive advocacy

[Goodstart Early Learning] Chief executive Julia Davison said the shift to quality early learning meant staff needed higher wages. “For us to be able to continue to deliver quality early learning and achieve positive outcomes for children, we need to be able to attract and retain qualified and experienced early learning professionals,” Ms Davison said.

“Childcare giant backs pay claim, if government pays” (The Australian, paywalled)

By Liam McNicholas

I am an experienced early childhood teacher, writer and advocate. As well as managing community not-for-profit early childhood operations in a variety of roles, I have advocated for children's human rights; the need for investment in early childhood education; and for professional recognition and wages for those working in early childhood education and care.

I am available to be commissioned for freelance writing, editing, event speaking and consulting work.

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