A polyphonic perspective on socially inclusive early childhood education and care: Urban views from Belgium, Denmark, Slovenia and the Netherlands

R. Fukkink, M. Negenman, A. Vandekerckhove, N.J. Jørgensen, V. Larsen, J. Jager

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Abstract

This report – the first intellectual output from our Erasmus+ project – underscores the need for a well-articulated rationale and elaboration in future stages of the project distinguishing between a child, family, staff member and team level. Further, also a broader infrastructure should support the professional development of staff and the provision of available, affordable, accessible, useful and comprehensible services. Social inclusion as a broad concept not only includes children from disadvantaged groups or with a minority background, but encompasses a much wider variety of child and family characteristics. This wide and growing diversity implies diverse needs of children and their families in ECEC context.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherHogeschool van Amsterdam
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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