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Driving high quality childcare: The role of local authorities [Executive summary]
This report seeks to show how local authorities in England influence the quality of early years provision, shed light on the strengths and weakness of current approaches, and make recommendations for future policy and practice to drive higher quality provision. The report is based on an analysis of the structure of each local authority's early years funding formula and a survey of local authority early years quality improvement teams. (author abstract)
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