2 edition of Social Policy and the under-3s : six country case studies found in the catalog.
Social Policy and the under-3s : six country case studies
Alfred J. Kahn
by Cross-National Studies Research Program, Columbia University School of Social Work in New York, NY
Written in English
|Statement||by Alfred J. Kahn, Sheila B. Kamerman.|
|Genre||Cross-cultural studies., Case studies.|
|Contributions||Kamerman, Sheila B., Columbia University. School of Social Work. Cross-National Studies Research Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
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[Alfred J Kahn; Sheila B Kamerman; Columbia University. School of Social Work. Cross-National Studies Research Program.]. Full text of "ERIC ED Social Policy and the Under-3s: Six Country Case Studies.A Resource for Policy Makers, Advocates and Scholars." See other formats.
SOCIAL POLICY AND THE UNDER-3S. SIX COUNTRY CASE STUDIES. A Resource for Policy Makers, Advocates and Scholars. Alfred J. Kahn Sheila B. Kamerman. Cross-National Studies Research Program. Columbia University School of Social Work. West th Street New York, New York BEST COPY ANANLABLE.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONFile Size: 4MB. Social Policy and the under-3s: six country case studies a resource for policy makers, advocates, and scholars Author: Alfred J. Kahn,Sheila B. Kamerman,Columbia University. Featuring original interviews between the author and Elinor Goldschmied, who was the pioneer of the Treasure Basket and Heuristic Play, this third edition of Developing Play for the Under 3s has been thoroughly updated to include: A new chapter with case studies to show how Heuristic Play can be offered to the year olds.
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