Public Education for Three & Four Year Olds
Examined in terms of its purposes, funding, role of teachers & parents, teaching methods, curriculum, social issues and needs & abilities of children. Pros and cons also presented.
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From the Paper:"Education in Public Schools for Three and Four-Year-Olds
The domains of early childhood education and the public schools have been intertwined in several important ways. One of the purposes of many early childhood programs has been to help the children learn skills that enable them to succeed in school. This same expectation has been shared by policy makers determining the best expenditure for education dollars. At both the state level and federal level, determinations are being made about the best "earmarking" of funds for the public schools (Stegelin, 1992, p. 137). It is the purpose of this paper to provide a philosophical and practical overview of education in the public schools for three and four-year-old children.
Leaders in the field of early childhood education often find themselves in complex and contradictory roles as they work out a.."
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