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How a Canadian program that helps educators 'thrive' not just 'survive' could help address Australia's childcare staff shortage

By Marg Rogers, Senior Lecturer, Early Childhood Education, University of New England
Laura K. Doan, Associate professor, Thompson Rivers University
Navjot Bhullar, Professor of Psychology (Research-focussed), Edith Cowan University
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On Wednesday, federal parliament passed Labor’s bill to reduce childcare fees for many Australian families.

More affordable childcare for families is great, but it will not solve all the issues in the sector. Schools are not the ones with a teacher crisis. Early childhood services are also hit with chronic staff shortages.

As of October, there were about 6,800…The Conversation

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