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Global child care_pp[1]
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  • 1. Global Child Care AssignmentPresented by: Katie Armitage, Tanica Sybblis,James Macartney, Bru Reis & Jennifer Taylor
  • 2.  Early childhood care emerged in England in the late 18th century Passage of the Education Act of 1870 established compulsory elementary schools for all children ages 5-13 In 1905, five woman inspectors investigated admission of infants into elementary schools
  • 3. McMillan was concerned for the children’shealth.
  • 4.  Centers are called “day nurseries” Similar model to Canadian child care Schools offer care for children over the age of five
  • 5. Training OfThe ECE InEngland!• Starting at sixteen!• The levels of training!• Compariso ns to Canada
  • 6.  Froebel, Montessori and Dewey The active role of an ECE! Cues From The Children
  • 7.  There are approximately 409, 000 children in care 94% are privately operated and ran from a business perspective Subsidy is very limited, different approach then Canada Employment incentives for parents
  • 8.  Children under five are entitled to 15 hours per week of childcare, per year (38 weeks), at no cost The cost of care is around 25-50 £ p/day vs. $34.00- $56.00 Canadian
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