Quality early childhood education for under-two-year-olds:
What should it look like? A literature review
Recent years have seen increasing participation of under-two-year-olds in early childhood education. This literature review draws together relevant research evidence to better understand what quality early childhood education for children under-two-years of age should look like.
Author(s): Carmen Dalli, E. Jayne White, Jean Rockel, Iris Duhn with Emma Buchanan, Susan Davidson, Sarah Ganly, Larissa Kus, and Bo Wang, Victoria University of Wellington.
Date Published: March 2011
The main purpose of this research was to find out more about the contributions parent and whānau-led early childhood education (ECE) services are making to children’s learning, parent knowledge/skills and social support, and community, in order to provide the Ministry of Education and parent/whānau-led services with information that could be used to support quality in these services.
Author(s): Linda Mitchell, Arapera Royal Tangaere, Diane Mara and Cathy Wylie, New Zealand Council for Educational Research.
Date Published: June 2006
This report compares the academic impact of research produced by New Zealand universities, in the form of citations per full-time equivalent (FTE) researcher, with the quality of research at the universities, as measured by Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF) average quality scores, across ten broad subject areas.
Author(s): Warren Smart
Date Published: August 2007
Published quarterly, this series of reports gives an update of actual external migration statistics for children based on data provided by Statistics New Zealand. The reports comment on the emerging trends in migration and the potential impact on schools.
Author(s): Education Information and Analysis, Ministry of Education
Date Published: Quarterly
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