UK’s Sure Start: on shakier ground

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Sure Start was the UK Labour Government’s flagship early years program for children, responding to
evidence on the importance of early learning. Its first Director Naomi Eisenstadt looks at how the program came about and how it has been shaped by the global financial crisis and the election of the Conservative Liberal Democrat Coalition Government.

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