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ECCDEARLY CHILDHOOD Care and development
Early Childhood Care and
Development
1987 Philippine Constitution
UN Convention on the
Rights of the Child
Education for A...
EFA Initial Planning Targets for Early Childhood Care and Development (1990-1992 and Year 2000)
ECCD
objectives
Designating a single agency to be
responsible for early childhood
development
Including another year of
pr...
ECCD
Act of 2000
Legal Framework for Governance of Early
Childhood Care and Development
The Child and
Youth
Welfare Code
of 1974
The Local
...
Establishment of the National
System for ECCD
ECCD is
shared
responsibility.
Access
to
Preschool Education
What kind of
intervention is
needed?
Should preschool be
made part of the
formal school system
or should it continue
to be...
Integration
The inclusion of
preschool
education in the
formal school
structure.
Institutionalization
The formal
recogniti...
EDCOM
Institutionali
zation
Pedagogical Economic
Private
Preschool
Education
Private
Preschool
Preschool
Elementary
Secondary
(Tertiary)
Level Age Requirement
Nursery classes 3-4 years old
Kindergarten Classes 4-5 years old
Preschools 5-6 years old
Ministry o...
Independent Private Preschools
To prepare
young
children to
formal
schooling
To provide
surrogate
parenting to
children of...
Thank You

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Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD)

  1. 1. ECCDEARLY CHILDHOOD Care and development
  2. 2. Early Childhood Care and Development 1987 Philippine Constitution UN Convention on the Rights of the Child Education for All (EFA) Agenda ARTICLE XV Section 2 “The right of children to assistance, including proper care and nutrition, and special protection from all forms of neglect, abuse, cruelty, exploitation and other conditions prejudicial to their development.”
  3. 3. EFA Initial Planning Targets for Early Childhood Care and Development (1990-1992 and Year 2000)
  4. 4. ECCD objectives Designating a single agency to be responsible for early childhood development Including another year of preparatory schooling for six- year olds as part of the formal school system Accrediting private school programs and institutions Designing focused and differentiated approaches for special categories of children Integrating health, nutrition, and other allied services in the programs and services Adapting curriculum, materials and approaches to the Filipino child’s socio- cultural milieu Managing early childhood development programs and services with emphasis on community-based activities Exploring and using various approaches to parent education
  5. 5. ECCD Act of 2000
  6. 6. Legal Framework for Governance of Early Childhood Care and Development The Child and Youth Welfare Code of 1974 The Local Government Code of 1991
  7. 7. Establishment of the National System for ECCD
  8. 8. ECCD is shared responsibility.
  9. 9. Access to Preschool Education
  10. 10. What kind of intervention is needed? Should preschool be made part of the formal school system or should it continue to be operated on a non-formal basis? Should the intervention be done through institutionalizatio n or integration?
  11. 11. Integration The inclusion of preschool education in the formal school structure. Institutionalization The formal recognition of ECCD as part of non-formal education
  12. 12. EDCOM Institutionali zation Pedagogical Economic
  13. 13. Private Preschool Education
  14. 14. Private Preschool
  15. 15. Preschool Elementary Secondary (Tertiary)
  16. 16. Level Age Requirement Nursery classes 3-4 years old Kindergarten Classes 4-5 years old Preschools 5-6 years old Ministry of Education (MEC) Order No. 24, s. 1979 Age Requirements for Admission
  17. 17. Independent Private Preschools To prepare young children to formal schooling To provide surrogate parenting to children of working parents To promote specific philosophy of education
  18. 18. Thank You 

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