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Educational Provision for Our Youngest Children

European Perspectives


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`Its clear style and comprehensive coverage make this book an important resource for those researching child care and education practices in the European Union' - NNEB News `This book would be a useful "quick reference" addition to the library of anyone interested in international issues in education' - International Journal of Early Years Education `This study provides rigorous and incisive analysis of the data in relation to the conditions existing in each of the member states included in the work' - Studies in Education `The book is accessible and informative, with a wealth of data which are clearly presented. It will be useful to further and higher education courses for all adults who work with young children' - Educational Psychology This book is written by leading representatives in the field of early childhood from eight European countries - Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and the UK. The contributors provide an analysis of the history, philosophy and politics of the forms of provision for young children in their own countries, and the extent to which that provision is deemed to be educational in its general aims.

Author Biography

Tricia David is a Professor of Education at Canterbury Christ Church College, where she directs the Centre for International Studies in Early Childhood. She is a past president of OMEP-UK (OMEP is the World Organization for Early Childhood Education) and she is currently a member of BERA ( British Educational Research Associaton) Council and the editor of the International Journal of Early Childhood. CONTRIBUTORSAFFILIATIONS: Teresa Aguado Universidad Nacional a Distancia, Madrid Stig Brostrom Royal Danish School of Educational Studies Noirin Hayes Dublin Institute of Technology Rosario Jimenez-Frias Universidad Nacional a Distancia, Madrid Malgorzata Karwowska-Struczyk Poland Alkistis Kondoyianni Ministry of Education, Athens Ulla Lind Stockholm Institute of Education Helen Penn Institute of Education, London Eric Plaisance Universite Rene Descartes, Paris V Sylvie Rayne Institut National de Recherche Pedagogique, Paris Karin Vilien Educational Consultant, Copenhagen
Release date NZ
September 28th, 1993
Edited by Tricia David
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
SAGE Publications Ltd
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