Poland: The changing identity of Early Childhood Education

"There is a common agreement among professionals, policy makers and academics that improvements of ECEC provision ought to be based on research-based premises. However, implementing changes requires great sensitivity to the national cultural, social, historical and economic circumstances, otherwise we may lose the country’s unique strengths."

ISOTIS researcher Olga Wysłowska (University of Warsaw) tells us about the example of provision in Poland for children between 0 to 3 years of age, highlighting changes that occurred over time, in a new blog piece.

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