Children's ways of knowing. Learning through Intent Participation in the early years

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In England, as in many countries worldwide, there continues to be a strong focus on early childhood education (ECE) as an ameliorating factor for children growing up in poverty
(Parliamentary Select Committee, 2019; Bakken, Brown and Downing, 2017; DFE, 2015; Pascal and Bertram, 2013). In England, this ongoing focus is embedded in the recent Department for Education report Unlocking Talent. Fulfilling Potential (DFE, 2017) which sets out a series of key-life-stage ambitions, starting with the early years, to “improve social mobility through education”
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages23
JournalEarly Years
Early online date26 Jan 2020
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 26 Jan 2020

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