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Australia’s education report card at a glance

Early Learning Everyone Benefits summary image, (see PDF link below)
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You loved the NQF Changes at a Glance so much, we’ve turned our graphics eye to another important document released this year, the Early Learning Everyone Benefits report on the state of early learning in Australia in 2017.

For longer reading we commend both the report and the Mitchell Institute’s analysis of the contents in an international context, but for a visual capture of the current ‘report card’, here it is!

This also marks a new category on Amplify, Fact Files.  Watch for more content in future editions.

Early Learning Everyone Benefits summary image, (see PDF link below)
Early Learning Everyone Benefits summary image, (see PDF link below)
thumbnail of ELEB graphic p 15 broadside
Early Learning Everyone Benefits summary PDF


Bec Lloyd is the founder and managing director of Bec & Call Communication, providing professional writing, editing and strategy services to the school and early childhood education sector since 2014. In 2018 she launched UnYucky mindset and menus for happier family mealtimes. Formerly the communications lead at ACECQA and BOS (now NESA), Bec is a journo and mother of three who produces Amplify for us at Community Early Learning Australia.

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4 thoughts on “Australia’s education report card at a glance

  1. The huge growth in early learning enrollments is very encouraging but there’s definitely a big room for improvement especially for 3-year-olds.

    1. True, Emily! We have a major feature on 3yo preschool planned for our next issue of Rattler+Broadside magazine – we all have to keep advocating!

  2. And one day we will see that two year olds are an even better place to start. Thankyou for providing this important information to be shared with the wider community. I subscribe to the notion of how a society treats their most vulnerable is how we should be judged. Keep up the great work at CELA as we move towards more community awareness & greater child rights.

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