Sunday, 15 December 2013

Most promising newcomer to education journalism 2013

This year I was shortlisted for a CIPR Education Journalism Award in the most promising newcomer to education journalism category.

This recognised articles I had written for Children & Young People Now magazine on the ratios debate in the early education sector in 2013. In January the government published plans to change legal ratios of childcare providers to children in early years settings. This was met with huge opposition from early education providers, which eventually prompted the government to u-turn on the policy.

The full short-list for the award is available here.


4 comments:

  1. Seems like a good thing if many people would know about this so that they will be updated on what should be the things that they needed to do especially if they will get affected on it.

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  2. Howdy! Education is a passport to the future, it's a give that none can take away! Are you passionately willing to become well-educated?

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  3. Thanks for the share! I you are currently exploring the meaning of education, keep in mind that education is everything that is dedicated to teaching and learning skills and knowledge.

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  4. I am glad to know that this was met with huge opposition from early education providers. These changes are slight!

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