Brotherhood of St Laurence

A strong start for every Indigenous child / Inge Kral, Lyn Fasoli, Hilary Smith et al. ; OECD

By: Kral, Inge | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Contributor(s): Fasoli, Lyn | Smith Hilary et al
Series: OECD education working papersPublisher: Paris, France : OECD Publishing, 2021Description: 87 p. (Online resource)Subject(s): Indigenous children | Early Childhood Education | Child Development | Wellbeing | Disadvantaged GroupsOnline Resources: OECD iLibrary (PDF access on website)
List(s) this item appears in: Indigenous children - Early Childhood Education
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This Working Paper was developed to assist policy makers, education and Indigenous leaders, as well as education practitioners, to better support Indigenous children’s early learning and well-being. The paper focuses on early years policies and provision in Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and Canada. It sets out a synthesis of evidence on children’s early development, with a particular focus on the conditions and approaches that support positive outcomes for Indigenous children. The Working Paper then outlines a set of promising initiatives that seek to create positive early learning environments for Indigenous children. Drawing on the available evidence and promising approaches, the paper presents a framework for strengthening Indigenous children’s early learning and well-being. [Abstract] Bibliography : p. 74-87 OECD education working paper no.251

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