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Harris misses chance at a legacy [CA-ON]

Author: 
Crane, David
Publication Date: 
17 Mar 2002
Entered Date: 
17 Mar 2002

Cash lift for poorer kindies [NZ]

Author: 
Walsh, Rebecca
Publication Date: 
8 Jun 2001
Entered Date: 
8 Jun 2001

A decade of decline: Poverty and income inequality in the City of Toronto in the 1990s

Author: 
United Way of Greater Toronto and Canadian Council on Social Development
Publication Date: 
9 Mar 2002
Entered Date: 
15 Jun 2000

Child care: Canada can't work without it

Author: 
Doherty, Gillian; Rose, Ruth; Friendly, Martha; Lero, Donna & Irwin, Sharon Hope
Publication Date: 
1 Jan 1995
Entered Date: 
30 Nov 1999

Innovations in provincial early learning curriculum frameworks

Rachel Langford, Ryerson University
Occasional paper 24
April 2010
33pp

This paper describes and analyzes the development, purposes, and content of provincial early learning curriculum frameworks and highlights the tools for practice they offer. Attention is given to particular theoretical perspectives articulated in the frameworks, and to examining how the frameworks address the critical issue of diversity within provincial contexts. An account of the implementation and evaluation of the curriculum frameworks in early childhood settings within each province is provided.

Can early childhood education and care help keep Canada’s promise of respect for diversity?

Martha Friendly and Nina Prabhu
Occasional paper 23
January 2010
28pp
$10

The focus of this paper is on the role that public policy could play in positioning ECEC programs to contribute to realization of Canada's promise of respect for diversity. It describes the context of Canadian diversity and the policy context and situation of Canadian early childhood programs, emphasizing the potential role that robust, well‐focused public ECEC policy and programs could play in a very diverse country like Canada.

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