ERIC Number: ED362265
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Reference Count: N/A
What Is Government's Role in Early Childhood Education? Papers Presented at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research Invitational Seminar (February 23, 1993).
Podmore, Valerie N., Ed.
Focusing on the role of the federal government in maintaining quality in early childhood education, these proceedings present introductory remarks followed by 10 seminar papers: (1) "The Role of Government in Early Childhood: Support and Advice for Serving Parents and Communities," (Pamela Kennedy); (2) "What Is the Government's Role in Early Childhood Education? Education Review Office and the Early Childhood Sector," (Jeanette Schollum); (3) "Back, Against the Wall. Staffing and the Quality of Early Childhood Education: The Impact of Government Policy," (Linda Mitchell); (4) "Government's Role in the Funding of the Kohanga Reo," (Peggy Luke-Ngaheke); (5) "The Role of Government in Early Childhood Curriculum in Aotearoa-New Zealand," (Margaret Carr and Helen May); (6) "What Can the North American Experience Teach Us in the 1990s?" (Heather McDonald); (7) "Government's Role in Early Childhood Education: A Comparative Perspective from Western Australia," (Joy Cullen); (8) "Government's Role in Early Childhood and the First Years of School," (Helen Duncan); (9) "The Role of the Church and Government in Promoting Early Childhood Education in Aotearoa," (Fereni Pepe Ete); and (10) "Provision, Accountability and Quality: Let's Not Undervalue Children," (Rahera Barrett Douglas). (BCY)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New Zealand Council for Educational Research, Wellington.
Identifiers - Location: New Zealand