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Are the indicators for the Language and Reasoning Subscale of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale-Revised psychometrically appropriate for Caribbean classrooms?
Lambert, Michael Canute, March 2008
International Journal of Early Years Education, 16(1), 41-60
A test of the appropriateness of the indicators used in the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale-Revised (ECERS-R) Language and Reasoning Subscale in a sample of 334 early childhood classrooms in Jamaica and Grenada
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Early childhood care and education in the Caribbean (CARICOM states)
Charles, Leon Derek, 2006
Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.
A presentation of a research project on the status of early childhood care and education (ECCE) in various countries of the Caribbean region, with descriptions of the history and development of and current data on ECCE in the region
Reports & Papers
The experience of developing early childhood learning goals and outcomes in the Caribbean and the implications for curriculum development and implementation
Williams, Sian, March 2008
International Journal of Early Years Education, 16(1), 17-29
Overviews of select histories, policies, longitudinal research projects, and curriculums of the early child care and education programs in the Caribbean Community
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