The Early Advantage 2 – Building Systems That Work for Young Children
International Insights from Innovative Early Childhood Systems
Learn how exemplary countries are advancing the development of their youngest citizens. Drawing on a groundbreaking study by Sharon Lynn Kagan and her colleagues, The Early Advantage 2 extracts the essential elements from six high-performing systems to determine what must be considered when creating and implementing programs and policies for young children and their families.
Challenging conventional thinking, the text offers scores of concrete examples, as well as multiple strategies, considerations and approaches useful to leaders worldwide. Readers will find that this vibrant, thoughtful volume honours local traditions, histories and contexts as it extracts compelling approaches to advancing early childhood systems. Use this volume, along with The Early Advantage 1, for a complete insider’s guide to changing how we think about and enact innovative services and policies for young children.
The Early Advantage 2 features:
rigorous research that uses common design and protocols, with repeated validations conducted
actionable strategies for building successful early childhood systems that offer unique and applicable perspectives
successful international examples that inform how different jurisdictions across the globe plan and enact services for young children.
|Publish date||2019-10-10 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Columbia Teachers College Press|