Kids in New England start school behind due to state's worst childcare shortage: report

Andrew Messenger
Updated May 18 2022 - 12:17pm, first published May 13 2022 - 12:00pm
HARD WORK: Little Kindy company director Arzal Arzal said many city-based companies shrank from providing childcare because it is difficult to manage from a distance. Photo: Gareth Gardner
HARD WORK: Little Kindy company director Arzal Arzal said many city-based companies shrank from providing childcare because it is difficult to manage from a distance. Photo: Gareth Gardner

Thousands of children are starting school already behind the pace in the New England because of the state's worst childcare shortage, according to a new report.

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Andrew Messenger

Andrew Messenger

Northern Daily Leader journalist

Politics, environment and energy journalist at the Northern Daily Leader. I also write about health, bushfires and occasionally music. I'm a Brisbane boy by way of Charleville and Hobart who now lives in in beautiful New England. Get me at andrew.messenger@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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