Early fears;Inside

2nd April 1999 at 01:00
THE new foundation curriculum in the early years may flop because there are not enough trained workers to understand it.

Early-years specialist Professor Kathy Sylva from Oxford University told a childcare conference in London that a young, poorly-paid workforce with an uncoordinated range of qualifications would not be able to teach an academic curriculum. News, 10

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