Policy critique and advocacy

Policy critique and advocacy
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Part A: 300 words Select and discuss an early childhood policy. The policy should be at either a national or an international level. Policy suggestions are 1 – Investing in the Early Years – A National Early Childhood Development Strategy (2009) http://www.coag.gov.au/sites/default/files/national_ECD_strategy.pdf 2 – Strengthening Immunisation for young children. https://www.dss.gov.au/our-responsibilities/families-and-children/benefits-payments/strengthening-immunisation-for-young-children 3 – Closing the gap. National Partnership Agreement on Indigenous Early Childhood Development. http://www.federalfinancialrelations.gov.au/content/npa/education/ctg-early-childhood/national_partnership.pdf 4 – Universal Access to Early Childhood Education. https://education.gov.au/universal-access-early-childhood-education). Part B: 300 words Analyse the impact that this policy may have on the lives of children and their families. Part C: 1000 words Examine the connection between policy and advocacy in early childhood and suggest advocacy strategies, which may be implemented to ensure enactment at a level to which you believe to be appropriate with consideration in ways in which leadership in early childhood education and care shapes approaches to policy, advocacy and practice. Learning outcomes assessed: Perform the leadership role in managing a centre ensuring that consultation with families and staff is basic to the centre’s operations) Develop policies for a centre that reflect its values and up-to-date knowledge of appropriate recognised authorities Observe the criteria of State licensing authority through its regulations and of Commonwealth accreditation through its quality improvement processes Undertake the industrial management of a centre Implement safety practices that protect children and staff Undertake staff appraisals and plan staff professional development

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