@igstratulat6 asked 5 months ago.

How you have met an objective of the national quality framework, which benefits children?

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@khan answered 4 months ago.

I have met an objective of the national quality framework which benefits children. For example, I have met an objective of the National Quality Framework which is to increase access to early childhood programs and services for children and their families.

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@cettetigutt answered 5 months ago.

This means that if you're providing a service to children, you have to be able to show you're implementing the National Quality Framework. This is a set of standards that have been set up to ensure that children are receiving quality services.
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@lyllukodderry answered 5 months ago.

 

 

 

I have met an objective of the national quality framework which benefits children. For example, I have met an objective of the National Quality Framework which is to increase access to early childhood programs and services for children and their families.

 

 

 

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@lygurryce answered 5 months ago.

 

 

 

The National Quality Framework (NQF) is a set of standards and guidelines for early childhood education and care services in Australia. The NQF was introduced in 2011 and replaced the previous framework, the National Framework for Early Childhood Education.

 

 

 

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@amaddeddo answered 5 months ago.

"The Early Years Learning Framework describes the knowledge, skills and understandings that preschool-aged children should develop as they participate in early childhood education and care. These outcomes are divided into four areas of learning: physical, cognitive, social and emotional, and language and communication.

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