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Escalating child care costs worry city

Author: 
Shuttleworth, Joanne
Publication Date: 
13 Mar 2010
Entered Date: 
17 Mar 2010

Windsor council votes to get out of the daycare business

Author: 
Schmidt, Doug
Publication Date: 
2 Feb 2010
Entered Date: 
3 Feb 2010

City of Windsor report recommends closing municipal daycares

Author: 
Thompson, Chris
Publication Date: 
22 Jan 2010
Entered Date: 
27 Jan 2010

City of Windsor daycare supporters mobilize

Author: 
Thompson, Chris
Publication Date: 
27 Jan 2010
Entered Date: 
27 Jan 2010

Make early education free like schools, says academic

Author: 
Morton, Katy
Publication Date: 
26 Nov 2009
Entered Date: 
2 Dec 2009

Forum addresses need for national child-care program

Author: 
Stokes Sullivan, Deana
Publication Date: 
19 Nov 2009
Entered Date: 
25 Nov 2009

Useful websites

Skolverket. Swedish National Agency for Education
Skolverket is the central administrative authority for the Swedish public school system including the preschool and school-age child care systems. Skolverket ensures that national targets for child care and the school system are achieved through development, research and evaluation. Skolverket's extensive English language website provides a wealth of information on the Swedish ECEC system.

Other selected research, overviews and media

International and comparative research

Issues in education for children three to eight in six countries
by Richard M. Clifford & Gisele M.Crawford
Source: FPG Child Development Institute, 2009
Report in pdf (8 pp.)

Promoting children's welfare in the Nordic countries
by Hiilamo, Heikki
Source: Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Government of Finland
Report in pdf (88pp.)

Reports from the OECD Thematic Review of ECEC

Early childhood education and care country profiles - Sweden
Source: OECD, 2006
Profile from Starting Strong II in pdf (7 pp.)

Curricula and pedagogies in early childhood education and care
Source: OECD, 2004
Full report in pdf (34pp.)

Early childhood education and care in Sweden
by Barbara Martin Korpi
Source: OECD, 2000
Conference paper in pdf (9pp.)

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