An International Perspective
Edited by Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Nevena Kulic, Jan Skopek and Moris Triventi
Recognising that social change over recent decades has strengthened the need for early childhood education and care, this book seeks to answer what role this plays in creating and compensating for social inequalities in educational attainment.
Show Summary Details
- Childcare, Early Education and Social Inequality
- Chapter 1: Childcare, early education, and social inequality: Perspectives for a cross-national and multidisciplinary study
- Chapter 2: Who cares for the children? Family social position and childcare arrangements in Italy, 2002–12
- Chapter 3: Early education and care in post-Soviet Russia: Social policy and inequality patterns
- Chapter 4: Time on leave, timing of preschool – The role of socio-economic background for preschool start in Sweden
- Chapter 5: The emergence of social disparities – Evidence on early mother–child interaction and infant development from the German National Educational Panel Study (NEPS)
- Chapter 6: Social inequality in cognitive outcomes in Ireland: What is the role of the home learning environment and childcare?
- Chapter 7: Preschool and reading competencies – A cross-national analysis
- Chapter 8: Long-term effects of a system of high-quality universal preschool education in the United States
- Chapter 9: Effectiveness of Dutch targeted preschool education policy for disadvantaged children: Evidence from the pre-COOL study
- Chapter 10: What levels the playing field for socioeconomically disadvantaged children in the Norwegian ECEC model?
- Chapter 11: Early childcare, child cognitive outcomes, and inequalities in the United Kingdom
- Chapter 12: Entry to formal childcare and abilities of preschoolers: A comparison of East and West Germany
- Chapter 13: Childcare arrangements at preschool age and later child outcomes in Denmark: The role of maternal education and type of care
- Chapter 14: Home sweet home? Long-term educational outcomes of childcare arrangements in Finland
- Chapter 15: The role of childcare and early education in creating and compensating educational (dis)advantages – Evidence from a multidisciplinary and international project
This content is available to you
If the inline PDF is not rendering correctly, you can download the PDF file here.