The Independent Commission for Childcare Reform has published its interim report.
For the last year, the Commission has been investigating how best childcare provision in Scotland might be organised, delivered and paid for. The interim report sets out proposals for change drawn from extensive consultation with parents, providers, employers and other key interest groups across civic society, business and government in Scotland over the past year.
The report is intended to provide a focus for debate and includes draft recommendations. As part of the ongoing consultation, stakeholder meetings
will be held in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee over the coming months.
The final report is due to be published in the summer. The Interim Report can be viewed here
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