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Wczesna edukacja i rozwój dziecka w Nepalu: dostępność, jakość i profesjonalizm

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In Nepal a national system of Early Childhood Education and Development provision for all is a vision that has yet to be realised. This article highlights issues of access, quality and professionalism within the Early Childhood Education sector in Nepal. In particular, I discuss issues of accessibility to kindergarten education in rural areas in contrast to the accessibility of well-resourced kindergartens in urban areas. I also consider the lack of a proper infrastructure, insufficient educational resources and an unqualified workforce as key problems faced by the government-funded kindergarten centres with implications for the future of Early Childhood Education and Development in Nepal. Gender and caste discrimination are also barriers to the development and accessibility of the early childhood education and development.
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Narodowy System Wczesnej Edukacji i Rozwoju Dziecka w Nepalu kreuje wizję do realizacji. W artykule podkreślono kwestie dostępu, jakości i profesjonalizmu w sektorze wczesnego kształcenia w Nepalu. W szczególności zostały omówione kwestie dostępności edukacji przedszkolnej na obszarach wiejskich, kontrastujące z dostępnością do dobrze wyposażonych przedszkoli na obszarach miejskich. Brak odpowiedniej infrastruktury, niewystarczające zasoby edukacyjne i niewykwalifikowaną siłę roboczą autor traktuje jako główne problemy, z którymi borykają się finansowane przez rząd ośrodki przedszkolne, co niesie konsekwencje dla przyszłości Systemu Wczesnej Edukacji i Rozwoju Dziecka w Nepalu. Dyskryminacja ze względu na płeć i pochodzenie stanowią kolejne bariery w rozwoju i dostępności do wczesnej edukacji.
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2017
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2018-01-15
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