Australia Lack of national pre-school system 'has real implications on economy'

04:15  28 november  2019
04:15  28 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

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Shadow Early Childhood Education Minister Amanda Rishworth says “we need a national system of pre-school" because if we don’t then children will begin school a level behind.

Early Childhood Australia and The Minderoo Foundation have released reports discussing the importance of the economic benefit and emphasised the need to invest in both pre-school and kindy.

Ms Rishworth told Sky News the reports have argued “it’s time to bite the bullet” and invest in pre-school, kindy and the early years because “the economic benefit is so great”.

“We need a national system of pre-school, and the commonwealth has a role in providing that because if we don’t then children will start school behind,” she said on Thursday.

“This has real implications to our GDP and our economy as well.”

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