• Early Childhood Education – report released

    editor     |      November 1, 2016

    A recently released report from the GAP Taskforce on Early Childhood Education calls for systemic changes, a stronger evidence base, pilot trials of holistic schemes, alternative procurement strategies, improved governance, better connection between services and the pursuit of stronger parental engagement.

  • Reimagining universities in contemporary society

    Professor Brian Schmidt     |      October 28, 2016

    Digital and business disruption challenges the tertiary sector as much as the rest of the economy. At the recent GAP Summit Professor Brian Schmidt explained why both universities and government education policy must innovate and embrace change.

  • First steps count

    Rosemary Sinclair AO     |      October 26, 2016

    A community centre providing integrated early childhood services in a one-stop-shop with a number of family and community projects seems like a no-brainer. Rosemary Sinclair AO wonders why there is still no government commitment to contribute to this venture.

  • What matters most in those early years

    Rechelle Rozwadowski     |      October 21, 2016

    We know how vital a good start is in life and how pivotal these early learning experiences are in shaping a child’s future. As a parent and teacher, Rechelle Rozwadowski knows that learning takes place outside of the classroom just as much as in it.

  • The link between quality early learning and Australia’s future prosperity

    Wendy McCarthy     |      October 21, 2016

    We have an inequality problem in this country that starts when children are born. Wendy McCarthy makes a compelling case for making quality early learning accessible to all children.