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We are a leading voice for early childhood education and care

Media hub

As the Victorian peak for not-for-profit early childhood and after school care services, and the lead behind the state-wide Victorian Inclusion Agency, we are trusted by the media and wider community to give expert comment on news and policy changes in the education and care sector.

Media contacts

Our team can assist journalists with enquiries on both Victorian and Australian early childhood education and care issues.

Get in touch with our experienced early education spokespeople

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We are a leading voice for early childhood education and care

Community Child Care Association in the news

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Following a joint announcement from the Andrews government of Victoria and Perrottet government of New South Wales, that will see $14.8 billion overhaul of the preschool education sector, CCC's…
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Peak bodies from across the country, including CCC, have praised the New South Wales government for their record investment into the education and care sector. The funding will see ground-breaking…
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Following comments made by Australian Greens Senator, Mehreen Faruqi, who expressed that the Federal government is being left behind by state leaders, CCC spoke to Education HQ. 

Media releases and submissions

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On Thursday 16 June 2022, a joint announcement from the Andrews government of Victoria and Perrottet government of New South Wales, will see $14.8 billion overhaul the preschool education sector.
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After a year of delays thanks to COVID-19, peak body for education and care, Community Child Care Association (CCC), celebrated their 50th anniversary last month.
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With Anthony Albanese sworn in this morning as Australia’s 31st prime minister, the Australian education and care sector looks forward to working alongside a new government.