Handling Social and Social Disparities through Early Youth Training and Care in Europe.


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Handling Social and Social Disparities through Early Adolescence Instruction and Consideration in Europe. Early Adolescence Training and Care in Europe: Handling Social and Social Imbalances. Exhibited at a meeting Eurydice: i sistemi educativi europei al traguardo del 2010 (MIUR, Roma)
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Handling Social and Cultural Inequalities through Early Childhood Education and Care in Europe Early Childhood Education and Care in Europe: Tackling Social and Cultural Inequalities Presented at a gathering Eurydice: i sistemi educativi europei al traguardo del 2010 (MIUR, Roma) 2009 Sep 25 by Akvile Motiejunaite

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"Pre-essential instruction has the most elevated returns as far as the social adjustment of youngsters. Part States ought to put more in pre-essential instruction as a powerful intends to build up the premise for further learning, forestalling school drop-out, expanding value of results and general ability levels" Commission Communication \'Productivity and Equity in European Education and Training Systems\' (September 2006)

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The study: definitions Discusses openly financed and certify arrangement for kids under necessary school age Defines at danger kids –\'children with disservices stemming basically from financial, social and/or dialect elements. The need emerges from drawbacks owing to these components\' (OECD) Covers 30 nations of Eurydice system Refers to year 2006/2007

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The study: structure an audit of logical writing on the effect of astounding instruction and consideration on youthful kids; a rundown of factual information on important demographic attributes of European families and the support rates in ECEC; a relative examination of approach measures in light of data gathered from national units of the Eurydice system.

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What does examine let us know? ECEC benefits all youngsters if serious, early beginning, kid engaged, focus based + high qualified staff (specific BA) + low staff/kid proportions + guardian inclusion, family bolster

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European families with youthful kids (under 6s) 12 % of aggregate family units Potential gatherings at-danger: 17 % of families on the neediness limit (PL, LT, UK, EE, IT, PT, LU > 20 %) Single guardian families 9 % Non-national kids 3 % (~ethnic minority and worker?) Combination

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What is the present circumstance in regards to ECEC in Europe? All nations have financed and certify ECEC Limited or no for under 3s in CZ, EL, IE, NL, PL, UK, LI Separate model : childcare versus instruction Unitary model : childcare with instruction Parental vocation status catchments\' zone age all inclusive access

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Model A: Unitary settings 0-1 year to 5-6 years with or without pre-essential classes Model B: Separate settings under 2-3 years more than 2-3 years Mix A + B Main models of (licensed and financed) ECEC arrangement as indicated by the period of kids, 2006/07

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Italy: Separate settings 0 3 6 Asilo nido Scuola dell\'infanzia

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Level and least length of starting instruction and preparing for staff working with kids under 2-3 years , 2006/07 Level and least term of beginning instruction and preparing for staff working with youngsters more than 2-3 years ( ISCED 0) , 2006/07 Upper or post auxiliary training Tertiary instruction

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93 % 87 % 74 % 99.8 % Participation rate of kids from 3-6 years by age in pre-essential (ISCED 0) and essential (ISCED 1) training, EU-27, 2005/06 Problematic access for: under-3s ( no Eurostat information! ) provincial regions Large variety between nations

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What is accomplished for impeded kids? Money related SUPPORT TO SETTINGS Additional assets Incentives for staff More ideal staff/youngster proportions TO FAMILIES Decreasing costs SPECIFIC Programs

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family salary and number of kids criteria other than family size and wage Tax points of interest accessible for utilization of authorize expense paying ECEC administrations in general society segment Free access in all sponsored and certify administrations Means of improving reasonableness of ECEC, 2006/07 Level of charges paid for licensed open area ECEC administrations balanced by STAFF TRAINING Level Duration Skills required PROVISION Capacity/volume Age of access Staff proportion Fees Reducing Cost HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION AND CARE Intensive verbal connections Cognitive incitement Good atmosphere Socialization PARENTAL SUPPORT Involvement In ECEC GREATEST BENEFITS TO CHILDREN AT RISK POLICY MAKERS MAY HAVE A DIRECT INFLUENCE ON

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Grazie! The report is accessible on www.eurydice.org

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