Preschool Education Term Paper by The Research Group

Preschool Education
Examines the pros and cons. Discusses the short and long-term effects on children, the role of parents and teacher, economics and examples.
# 12499 | 1,575 words | 5 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Mar 20, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Early Childhood)


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"The age at which formal schooling should begin has been a subject of continuing debate. One side of the debate says that longitudinal research proves the benefit of preschool education, while the other side contends that early education serves the daycare needs of adults more than it does the needs of children. This paper will examine both sides of the debate from the above, and several other, angles.

School age readiness continues to be at the forefront of educational debate because the number of young children in preschool has steadily increased over the past 20 years and is expected to continue to rise (DelCampo, 1995, p. 198). On the one hand, children have an innate curiosity and enjoy playing with other children from an early age. This fact indicates that preschool attendance is beneficial; on the other hand, however ..."

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