Category Archives: Early childhood education

Mixed Up About Motherhood

There was an interesting comment posted on the feminist blog The Hand Mirror this past week. It was on a post titled “Pro-choice Means Opposing Welfare Reform”, and the commenter wrote, among other things: Some people seem to have the … Continue reading

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Creating inequalities: Care vs curriculum in early childhood education

For some time educators and policy makers among others have been worried that proportionately fewer Māori and Pacific kids are attending early childhood education (ECE). They say that children without an early childhood education are disadvantaged when they turn up … Continue reading

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