Queensland early childhood education review
A review of kindergarten funding and delivery arrangements
Deloitte Access Economics is seeking the views of early childhood education services, families, educators and teachers and other parties interested in the funding and delivery of kindergarten programs in Queensland.
Deloitte Access Economics has been engaged by the Queensland Department of Education to conduct a review of early childhood education funding and delivery arrangements in Queensland.
The review includes a focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children experiencing vulnerability, and children living in rural and remote Queensland.
Information about the review can be found on the Department’s Optimising outcomes for children website.
As part of an extensive stakeholder engagement program, Deloitte Access Economics will be engaging the views of key stakeholders, including families, community kindergartens and long day care centres, Central Governing Bodies, peak bodies and community organisations through a series of targeted consultation forums.
Deloitte Access Economics is also providing interested stakeholders with an opportunity to contribute to the review via an online survey.
If you are a parent or caregiver, teacher or educator delivering a kindergarten program or another party interested in the funding and delivery of kindergarten in Queensland and would like to complete a survey, please access the survey that applies to you or your organisation by clicking on the relevant link below.
Please note there is no link for early childhood education services seeking to participate in the review. All early childhood education services in Queensland will be contacted directly via email with a link and instructions on how to access a service-specific online survey.
If you are unable to complete the online survey but would like to contribute to the review please contact Deloitte Access Economics via email@example.com or +61 7 3308 7373.
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