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You would think they might want to talk about who will represent the Dem's ...I see poor Bernie is on the list .No sight of Hillary .
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Former Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett on Friday slammed the ad and others from Steyer's group, calling them "counterproductive and annoying."
"[Y]ou're not helping anyone but yourself (maybe), and you're wasting money that could really help when we're in the fight for our political lives,"
originally posted by: xuenchen
originally posted by: six67seven
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Its funny that every tactic the left employs comes off like a failed SNL skit.
It’s awkward to watch because its fake, transparent and desperate.
The left sit at the children’s table of politics.
Better than Bozo's Circus.
New legal duties to tackle extremism
The Government has today issued its Prevent Duty Guidance which is relevant to childcare providers as well as schools and colleges.
Childcare providers along with their local authorities are responsible for the safeguarding of their children. This includes considering whether they are at risk of being drawn into extremism or terrorism, as set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
The EYFS also states early years providers should help children learn right from wrong, mix and share with other children and challenge negative attitudes and stereotypes.
There is a separate guidance document for Scotland and one for England and Wales. Read the general guidance here.
This is the England specific DFE advice for schools and childcare providers. See page 6 for a link to the online Channel awareness training which members will find useful.
Operating as a day nursery and pre-school for over 22 years, I advocate NDNA because they represent our voice on important issues in early years, narrowing the gaps in early education, defending and safeguarding our rights and representing the industry's values as well as genuinely representing our concerns to Government.