4 edition of Studies in Preschool Education (Scottish Council for Research in Education) found in the catalog.
Studies in Preschool Education (Scottish Council for Research in Education)
Margaret M. Clark
November 1, 1979
by Hodder Arnold H&S
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||304|
"The definitive history of American preschool education. What is most important about the book is its incisive and insightful approach to preschool education as public policy. The issues are deceptively complex and subtle, and the book addresses them in simple and clear terms."—Sheldon H. White, Harvard University. Lauren's goals are similar to those of many other teachers of preschool, or formal education for students aged Preschool, as the name suggests, is the year or two of classroom instruction.
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