Access to universal pre-school must be made available to all children

The South Australian Royal Commission into Early Childhood Education and Care has released its final report, containing a total of 43 recommendations, which outlines an ambitious vision for the future for not only the state of South Australia but also the country as a whole, with a number of recommendations being directed to the Commonwealth. With the final report, the Royal Commission have provided what they are calling a roadmap for a universal, but not uniform, system that means help gets where it is needed, from birth through to the school years and a higher quality early of childhood and OSHC services, irrespective of postcode or of who is providing the service. 

APPA has issued a press release acknowledging the capacity of these recommendations to benefit every child, their learning and the community.

Read the Press Release here