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Caring and learning together: A cross-national study of integration of early childhood care and education within education
Kaga, Yoshie, 2010
Paris, France: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.

An exploration of strategies for the integration of early childhood education and care into the educational systems of 9 countries in Europe and South America

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The integration of early childhood systems within education
Bennett, John, May, 2010
International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, 4(1), 35-43

An evaluation of the experience of several countries that have integrated early child care and education services within the purview of education, as compared to countries that have not integrated the realms of child care and early education, with examples from Brazil, Jamaica, New Zealand, Slovenia, Sweden, Belgium, France, Finland, and Hungary, based on the Caring and Learning Together project sponsored by UNESCO

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Starting strong: The persistent division between care and education
Bennett, John, 2003
Journal of Early Childhood Research, 1(1), 21-48

An overview of the early childhood care and education reviews of the OECD countries, including discussions of the challenges to governments in terms of bringing care and education together and the cost-benefits of public investments in early care and education

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