Councils fall short in provision of childcare places for two-year-olds

Laura McCardle
Monday, August 18, 2014

CYP Now investigation reveals that more than half of local authorities will have a shortfall of available places when the government's free childcare scheme for disadvantaged two-year-olds expands on 1 September.

The Pre-school Learning Alliance has raised concerns about varying rates of confirmation of eligibility codes in different areas. Picture: Pre-school Learning Alliance
The Pre-school Learning Alliance has raised concerns about varying rates of confirmation of eligibility codes in different areas. Picture: Pre-school Learning Alliance

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