Quality In Early Childhood Services - An International Perspective: An International Perspective
Examining how quality and good practice in early childhood education and care is interpreted and implemented in a variety of settings and circumstances.
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1 A brief introduction
2 Sticky policies and path dependencies
3 Rationales and oxymorons
4 The international consensus on ECEC
5 Childcare markets
6 Curriculum and training
7 Working spaces
8 Working practices
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