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Oct

Children who go to daycare are better behaved, more advanced: study

EXCERPTS  It’s a familiar scene: a parent drops off a screaming child at daycare only to walk away and feel addled with guilt all day long. Not only does the parent worry that their child is traumatized by the...
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Oct

Art passages gallery show illustrates importance of early child care

EXCERPTS A free exhibit of art by children and photographs of community-based child care centers is designed to show the availability of early child care programs in Contra Costa County. The show is the collaboration of...
10
Oct

CRRU Presentation to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance

Public hearings -­ 2019 federal budget EXCERPTS The Resource and Research Unit has been an independent policy research institute studying early learning and childcare and family policy since...
10
Oct

Childcare deserts and distributional disadvantages: the legacies of split childcare policies and programmes in Canada

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Oct

From affordable childcare to flexible working options - give parents a workable choice

Call for support for working parents in Budget 2019 EXCERPTS Our economy is practically at full employment; industries are under pressure to compete, and services are stretched because we...
10
Oct

Discussion paper: Provision of quality early childcare services

Prepared for the Peer Review in Social Protection and Social Inclusion programme Introduction Increasingly, childcare provision and use involves multiple factors. Childcare systems in EU...
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Oct

Parenting is different to teaching - and children need both

EXCERPTS  As a parent of a toddler, I see every day the benefits of early childhood education and care. I watch my son develop social skills and a sense of independence, the beginnings of literacy and numeracy and most...
09
Oct

Zambian VP calls for timely intervention to address early childhood education in southern Africa

EXERPT LUSAKA, Oct. 3 (Xinhua) -- Zambian Vice-President Inonge Wina on Wednesday urged leaders in the southern African region for timely intervention to address early childhood education. The Zambian vice-president...
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Oct

Zambian VP calls for timely intervention to address early childhood education in southern Africa

EXERPT LUSAKA, Oct. 3 (Xinhua) -- Zambian Vice-President Inonge Wina on Wednesday urged leaders in the southern African region for timely intervention to address early childhood education. The Zambian vice-president...
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Oct

Put quality early childhood education for all on the top of the agenda for goverments

EXCERPT Education International’s member organisations have firmly reminded governments that early childhood education is a fundamental human right and a public good, which must be made available to all young children....

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