Early years sector faces leadership shortage, MPs hear

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The early years sector is facing a graduate recruitment and retention crisis that is threatening to leave nurseries without skilled leaders, MPs have been warned.

Pacey chief executive Liz Bayram told MPs that graduate early years teachers are leaving nurseries due to poor salaries. Picture: UK Parliament
Pacey chief executive Liz Bayram told MPs that graduate early years teachers are leaving nurseries due to poor salaries. Picture: UK Parliament

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