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Friday, March 23, 2007 

Addressing Early Childhood Education in Jamaica
In Jamaica the designs of appropriate standards and partnerships to enhance early childhood education are part of a broad national strategy, where capacity development schemes are geared to enlarge research and practices, and examine “What Works” between various concepts and approaches to learning and center-based early childhood education.

Within this framework, it would be interesting for all stakeholders to address and review two approaches/findings in terms of standard definitions; namely findings to benchmark different data, and indicators that “Meet Evidence Standards” versus “Meet Evidence Standards with Reservations”. For M&E purposes and long-term planning these considerations might add more weight into the decision-making process, and also broaden the knowledge-base when making educational decisions. More >>>

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