The public provision of early childhood education has developed at different rates across individual countries over the past two centuries. This book provides the historical background to explain how these national differences occurred, with particular reference to welfare and educational systems, to highlight how particular influences grew.
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Meike Sophia Baader, University of Hildesheim, Germany Chiara Bertone, University of East Piedmont, Italy Eva-Maria Hohnerlein, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Germany Michael-Sebastian Honig, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg Franz-Michael Konrad, University of Eichstštt-Ingolstadt, Germany Arnlaug Leira, University of Oslo, Norway Jean-NoŽl Luc, University of Paris, France Sonya Michel, University of Maryland, USA Kristen Nawrotzki, University of Education, Germany Pamela Oberhuemer, State Institute of Early Childhood Research, Germany Larry Prochner, University of Alberta, Canada Carmen SanchidriŠn, University of MŠlaga, Spain Kirsten Scheiwe, University of Hildesheim, Germany Anett Schmitz, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg Harry Willekens, University of Hildesheim, Germany Martine Wiltzius, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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