Institute for Educational Development, East Africa
This paper introduces the status of early childhood education in China, India, Ethiopia, and Tanzania over the past 25 years while sharing crucial new policies targeting early childhood (EC) education and EC teacher education. The paper targets four main areas such as :
1) opportunities for quality pre- and in-service training of EC teachers;
2) distribution/availability of quality EC teachers;
3) perceived status of EC teachers; and
4) financial support for EC education in each country.
Conclusions and recommendations for the Post-2015 area are also provided.
Publication ( Name of Journal)
Southeast Asia Early Childhood Journal
Szente, J., Wang, X. C., Mebratu, B., & Bakuza, F. (2015). OVERVIEW OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN CHINA, INDIA, ETHIOPIA, AND TANZANIA. Southeast Asia Early Childhood Journal, 4, 1-16. Retrieved from https://ejournal.upsi.edu.my/index.php/SAECJ/article/view/966
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