Early Childhood Education: 1996-1997
Early childhood education is an interdisciplinary field that includes child development, family issues, educational practices, behavior guidance and curriculum. [The book] brings you the latest information on the field from a wide variety of recent journals, newspapers, and magazines. In making the selections of articles [the editors] were careful to provide the reader with a well-balanced look at the issues and concerns facing teachers, families, society and children ... Given the wide range of topics it includes, [the book] may be used with several groups: undergraduate or graduate students studying early childhood education, professionals pursuing further development, or parents seeking to improve their skills.-To the reader.
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Improving the Situation of Children
The Next Baby Boom Susan Mitchell American Demo
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