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Becker Birgit, February, 2018
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The edited volume "Childcare, Early Education and Social Inequality. An International Perspective" (edited by Blossfeld, Kulic, Skopek, and Triventi) is part of the eduLIFE Lifelong Learning series. This book focuses on children's learning…
Langford Rachel, May, 2017
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For decades, Canadian parents, child care advocates, policymakers, and academics have asked, "Why doesn't Canada have a national, accessible, affordable, and high-quality child care system?" Lisa Pasolli's engaging presentation of the history of…
Janovicek Nancy, June, 2016
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Universally accessible, high-quality, affordable child care has long been the cornerstone of feminist advocacy for women's equality. Studies have demonstrated that access to publicly funded child care improves women's access to employment and…
Campbell-Barr Verity, December, 2013
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The book presents chapters from a number of different countries and extends beyond those of a neo-liberal perspective that one might at first anticipate would appear in a book on childcare markets. The country-specific chapters are broadly speaking…
Eisenstadt Naomi, September 2010
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A review of accounts and discussions of a study of the relationship between developmental outcomes and early care and education experiences within the Effective Pre-School and Primary Education Project (EPPE), and an overview of the communication of…
Parmenter Lynne, June, 2010
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A review of an ethnographic study of changes in the cultures and practices of 3 individual preschools in China, Japan, and the United States, based on interviews with stakeholders viewing video of the events of typical days both in 1984 and in…
Kingston Denise, March 2010
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A review of a selection of readings on early childhood learning, schooling, play, policy, professionalism, and research methods, primarily as implemented in the United Kingdom
Tavecchio Louis W.C., June 2009
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A review of descriptions and a discussion of the professionalization of the child care workforce in Belgium, the United Kingdom, France, New Zealand, and Denmark
Dunlop Aline-Wendy, June 2009
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A review of a discussion of the changes in culture experienced by children as they transition to new environments
McLellan Sylvia, April, 2009
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A review of a description and account of the outcomes of a course of study that stresses the importance of community partnerships and aboriginal values instead of Western best practices, designed for preservice teachers intending to work in…
Drury Rose, March 2009
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A review of a compilation of six case studies of experiences of language and learning among groups of multilingual children in Britain
Duffy Bernadette, March 2009
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A review of a discussion of the roles, tasks, and techniques of the leader in the English early childhood setting, including an overview of emerging models of leadership, a survey of practitioners? perspectives on leadership, and an overview of…
McGillivray Gill, March 2009
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A review of an explanation and discussion of the United Kingdom government's efforts to professionalize the early years sector workforce
Willan Jenny, March 2009
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A review of an exploration of the historical and philosophical roots of child centered education, and a discussion of the debate between child and adult centered education policies and practices in both the early years and in the years of formal…
Watson Debbie, November 2008
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A review of an account of the history and innovative practices of the Sheffield Children's Centre, a non-traditional provider of child care, family services, advocacy, and employment in a low income community