Why would anyone campaign against improving the quality of childcare? Because quality costs money

Ask any working parent with a young child and they will tell you that childcare takes up a lot of their thought. If it is not the thought of how much it is costing, it is the thought of how to leave work and make it to the childcare service to pick up our child before any horrendous late fees kick in. And then there is the perennial question of how happy our child is, or our children are, at daycare?

About Lisa Bryant

Lisa Bryant is a journalist and early childhood education consultant. She is a regular media commentator on early childhood education and childcare matters, and how this is affected by government policy.
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