Cultures in early childhood care and education
Nsamenang, A. Bame;
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation
||An exploration of the diversity that represents the global state of early childhood, with a critique of the ideal of “early childhood care and education” as it has been defined and promoted through the resolutions, goals and strategies of the international development community, and overwhelmingly derived from the values, assumptions and theories of European and North American culture
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