National sources on early childhood education and care
The Education System in the Federal Republic of Germany: Early childhood education and care
The excerpt is part of a national dossier published by the Secretariat of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, with a description of responsibilities, structures and developments in education policy for the exchange of information in Europe. This chapter focuses on pre-primary education (early childhood education and [...]
document from: Ständige Konferenz der Kultusminister der Länder in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (KMK)
Germany: Key Contextual Data for Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC)
The dual-language website in English and German (http://www.seepro.eu) published in November 2017 presents state-of-the-art reports from 30 countries on the Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) workforce. The website also provides a key contextual data document for each country which describes main features of the ECEC system.
Key Contextual Data Germany: [...]
Country profile Germany: European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC)
Information about family policy, childcare benefits, parental support in Germany, listing objectives and funding. Links to important sources - EPIC is used to collect and disseminate information regarding family-related policy and support measures in member states of the European Union, aiming to foster the participation of parents in the labour market and in economic growth.
Early Opportunities: portal for early childhood services in Germany
This portal is part of the services offered by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth in Germany. It targets professionals in early childcare as well as parrents and informs about policies and support for young children, e.g. legislation on good daycare facilities, facts and figures.
document from: Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend
Starting Strong IV Early Childhood Education and Care Data - country note for Germany
This Data Spotlight note
on Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) provides a summary
of ECEC policy inputs, outputs and outcomes in Germany. It uses data available within the
OECD Secretariat - Education at a Glance, the Programme for International Student Assessment
(PISA) and the OECD Family
Database to make
comparisons between Germanys ECEC system and the systems in
other OECD [...]
National Educational Panel Study (Germany)
In modern knowledge societies, education has become the key factor not only for economic growth and prosperity but also for a successful private life. The National Educational Panel Study (NEPS) has been set up to find out more about how education is acquired, to see how it impacts on individual biographies, and to describe and analyze the major educational processes and trajectories across the life span. Some [...]
Guaranteed daycare for under-threes starts in Germany
The article outlines the right of children under the age of three to a daycare placement (as of August 2013), the simultaneous introduction of subsidiary payment for parents who care for their children at home, lack of places in big cities, lack of qualified personnel.
Parenting in Germany: an introduction
Annotated list of legal and financial provisions for young parents in Germany, giving information about child benefits, protection for pregnant women and mothers, sources of income and how to apply, custody rights regulation. Further contributions on fatherhood, raising children abroad.
Barcelona objectives: The development of childcare facilities for young children in Europe with a view to sustainable and inclusive growth
Report from the European Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. - The so-called Barcelona targets, agreed by EU leaders in 2002, say that childcare should be provided for 90% of children between three years old and the mandatory school age, and for 33% of children under three. The aim of this document is to report on [...]