Every Victorian child deserves access to two years of preschool education.

No child should be left behind.

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What is the state of preschool education in Victoria?

Two years of early childhood education with a qualified preschool teacher and educator sets up children for life. We need the Morrison government to commit to funding its share of 15 hours of preschool per week for every three and four-year-old in Victoria.

Calling for two years of funded preschool

After eight years of campaigning, we secured ongoing federal funding for four-year-old preschool. But three-year-olds are still missing out. The Victorian government funds its share. We need the Morrison government to invest in preschool for all three and four-year-olds, too.

Those who need it most missing out

The majority of children who miss out on preschool come from disadvantaged backgrounds. These are the children who benefit most from the education a qualified preschool teacher and educator can provide. Without support, fees go up and those unable to pay miss out.

Australian children being left behind

We know two years of early childhood education has real and measurable benefits for our youngest Victorians. But the latest OECD data shows that Australia’s children are at risk of being left behind.

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