Early years funding allocation changes ‘welcome’ but ‘will do little’ to stop closures


Early years leaders have welcomed news that government funding allocations for the next academic year will be based on data from the January census but warn it “will do little” to ease closure fears for providers worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Funding will also be allocated closed on public health grounds. Picture: Adobe Stock
Funding will also be allocated closed on public health grounds. Picture: Adobe Stock

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