The National Cabinet is meeting to discuss women’s economic security.
Thanks to thousands of teachers and educators like you who have been campaigning for years, early childhood education is on the agenda and it is essential that critical workforce issues are part of this discussion
This is big. We’ve seen the power of the National Cabinet and its ability to drive important and urgent reforms throughout the pandemic. So we know that if they focus on early learning reform, there is huge potential for change.
To capitalise on this opportunity, we’ve outlined five key actions that the National Cabinet should take to reform early childhood education. But Premiers and the Prime Minister need to hear from as many people as possible, calling on them to implement these five key things.
Will you send a message to our leaders in the National Cabinet now, urging them to take these five key actions to reform early childhood education?
The five key actions we’re calling on the National Cabinet to implement, to take Australia along the path to a universal, high quality system with an appropriately recognised workforce are: