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Peru revised

  1. 1. Peru revisedIn Peru Nurseries are called “nidos”. Most of them accept children from 1 year old. The teachers some ofthem are bilingual. (http://archive.livinginperu.com/dir/education).Peruvians believed that education started in elementary school. It wasn’t until the 1970’s when a ladyknown by “Mrs. Pilar Deza” decided that there should be pre-schools and day schools.(http://www.nidocasuarinas.com/).Reggio Emilia pre-schools came about in 1999. (http://www.nidocasuarinas.com/)In the 1980’s three levels of education was recognized (1.) Nurseries and Kindergarten. (2.) Basiceducation n which is Primary and secondary schools. (3.) Higher Education which is Pre University anduniversity. (http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Americas/Peru-EDUCATION.html)There is also the Maria Montessori approach that is used and that is important.(http://www.montessoriperu.com/colegio.html)Kindergartens “Jardins” take children from preschool age (3-5years old), just for the mornings.Kindergartens are popular in the major cities and a small fee is charged. In the rural areas Kindergartensare run by the government and they are called “Pronoie”.(http://www.myperu.org/education_system_peru.html)Schools also have preschools, day cares and Nurseries, toddlers, pre kindergarten and kindergarten.(http://www.sir.edu.pe/2/modulos/JER/JER_Interna.aspx?ARE=2&PFL=1&JER=1146)

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