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TALIS Starting Strong: Providing Quality Early Childhood Education and Care. Results from the Starting Strong Survey 2018

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The OECD Starting Strong Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS Starting Strong) is the first international survey that focuses on the ECEC workforce. It offers an opportunity to learn about the characteristics of the workforce, the practices they use with children, their beliefs about children’s development and their views on the profession and on the sector. This first volume of findings, Providing Quality Early Childhood Education and Care, examines multiple factors that can affect the quality of ECEC and thereby can influence children’s learning, development and well-being. About 15,000 ECEC staff members and nearly 3,000 ECEC leaders from nine countries (Chile, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Korea, Norway, and Turkey) took part in the Survey. It aims to document the backgrounds, education and training of staff and leaders across countries, as well as their pedagogical and professional practices.

Keywords

Chile, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Norway, Turkey, Working conditions, Elementary education sector, Early childhood education and care, Educator, Female Educator, Early childhood education, Cross-national comparison, Day nursery, Industrial management, Qualification, Quality, Professional Continuing Education,

Language German; English
Contact OECD Berlin Centre; berlin.centre@oecd.org
Last modified 28.10.2019

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