Early Childhood Matters 95 - Parents and ECD Programmes

In a discussion about parental involvement it is important to keep in mind that children depend on the love, care and security that those in parenting roles most naturally provide. This edition explores the question of where and to what extent do and should parents fit into ecd programmes. It reflects on practice around such topics as what roles do parents have and why. What helps to determine these roles? How and under what circumstances do parents complement, support - even take over - roles that are often earmarked for trained child development workers? How is their participation viewed by other stakeholders; how is it fostered; how is it constrained?


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