All posts by Stacey Fox

Dr Stacey Fox has worked in research and policy across child, youth and family sectors for a number of years. Most recently, she was Senior Manager of Research and Projects at the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) where she led a large national project focused on parent engagement in learning. She was responsible for the implementation of a range of research projects and collaborative initiatives focused on building a shared understanding of parent engagement, building its profile nationally, disseminating research and evidence about ‘what works’ and supporting better data and evaluation. Stacey has co-authored significant reports on parent engagement in learning and systems design to support prevention and early intervention; worked in strategic and international social policy, program design and family policy at the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs; and as a lecturer in higher education development at Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning at the University of Western Australia (UWA). Stacey completed a PhD at UWA in 2008.

High-quality, affordable education at the heart of Labor’s new early years policy

High-quality, affordable education at the heart of Labor’s new early years policy Megan O’Connell, Victoria University; Bronwyn Hinz, Victoria University, and Stacey Fox, Victoria University For too long, early years education policy has focused on the money, pigeonholed into a debate about “child care” and “mums getting back to work”, rather than a long-term investment […]

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