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Toronto First Duty Project

Author: 
Toronto First Duty Research Team
Publication Date: 
30 Nov 1999
Entered Date: 
5 May 2003

Care of mildly ill children: Issues and national policy directions in child care

Author: 
Polyzoi, Eleoussa & Mayer, Debra
Publication Date: 
1 Aug 2001
Entered Date: 
22 May 2002

Ontario Alternative Budget 2001

Author: 
The Ontario Alternative Budget Working Group
Publication Date: 
10 May 2001
Entered Date: 
10 May 2001

An integrated approach to early childhood education and care: A preliminary study

Lenira Haddad
Occasional paper 16
January 2002
23pp
$10

Lenira Haddad of Brazil reflects on the policy development and implementation of integrated early childhood education and care services (ECEC) within a systemic perspective. Using the broad, holistic and coherent framework of ECEC conceptualized by the OECD 12 country thematic review of ECEC, she proposes a "third model". This new paradigm shifts ECEC from an exclusive family responsibility to a partnership between the state and family.

More than the sum of the parts: An early childhood development system for Canada

Jane Beach and Jane Bertrand
Occasional paper 12
October 2000
33pp
$10

At the end of the twentieth century, early childhood education, child care and family support services are unevenly scattered across the Canadian early childhood landscape. Does this makes sense? Could there be one integrated approach to children's programs within a coherent policy framework? Should there be? This paper takes the position that a blended, coherent system of early child development programs incorporating child care, early childhood education and family support services should be available in every community.

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