This chapter therefore delves into the question of equity and why equity matters in early childhood education and development (ECED) programs. It also explores the central role of research in deciphering how and when ECED programs do in fact contribute to equity (or not), and, more specifically, how equity can be embedded in evaluation designs. (author abstract)
Equity as a perspective for implementation research in the early childhood field
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