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Longitudinal Study: LSAC
Title: Report on Government Services Volume 1/2012
Authors: Productivity Commission 
Institution: Productivity Commission
Publication Date: 2012
Pages: 821
Keywords: Education
Emergency Management
Abstract: The Australian, State and Territory governments are working cooperatively to undertake national reforms in the early childhood, education and training sector. In 2008, the importance of early childhood development and education and training was formally acknowledged when COAG agreed to the following aspirations for the ECET sector: • children are born healthy and have access to the support, care and education throughout early childhood that equips them for life and learning, delivered in a way that actively engages parents, and meets the workforce participation needs of parents • all Australian school students acquire the knowledge and skills to participate effectively in society and employment in a globalised economy • all working aged Australians have the opportunity to develop skills and qualifications needed, including through a responsive training system, to enable them to be effective participants in and contributors to the modern labour market (COAG 2008a).
ISBN: ISSN 1328 181X & ISBN 978-1-74037-383-8 (Volume 1)
Research collection: Reports and technical papers
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