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Early childhood education in the face of COVID-19: An opportunity amidst crisis?

This article is written by Lynette Okengo, executive director of the African Early Childhood Network; Robert Jenkins, associate director of education for UNICEF; and Justin W. van Fleet, president of Theirworld and executive director of the Global Business Coalition for Education. It was written for and originally published on the Inter-agency Network for Education in […]

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 Skilled early years educators can offer a lifeline to parents ©Early Years Educator

How Early Years Practitioners can help parents navigate home learning

This article was written by Lyn Challender, Early Years Professional Development Adviser with Education Development Trust. It was originally published in the Early Years Educator magazine on 13 May 2020 and on the Education Development Trust website. The adjustment to remote learning during Covid-19 school closures has been difficult for many parents, but not least […]

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The world post-COVID-19 might be the world pre-Incheon – or even pre-Dakar

This blog was written by Sheldon Shaeffer, Chair of the Board of Directors, Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood (ARNEC). It was originally published on the ARNEC website and the Global Education Monitoring Report World Education Blog on 20 May 2020. Post-Covid-19, the world will not be the same for a very long time. Life […]

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Mother and child at Megab Health Center. Hintalo Wajirat woreda, Tigray Region. UNICEF Ethiopia/2019/Mersha

The threat of COVID-19 on Ethiopia’s recent gains in pre-primary education

This blog was written by Janice Kim, Postdoctoral Research Associate and Pauline Rose, Director, REAL Centre, University of Cambridge. Pauline is also International Research Team Lead for the Ethiopia RISE programme. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research work on […]

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Gender and sexual identities in early childhood curricula: The case of Canada

The authors of this post are contributors to Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies. Dr Pamela Malins, Assistant Professor, University of New Brunswick, Education, explores early childhood curriculum, literacies, and identities. Dr Rachel Heydon is Professor, Faculty of Education, Western University, where she studies early childhood curricula, literacies, and educator professional learning. Dr Emma Cooper, Instructor, […]

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