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E. Milbank (1987), The Effects of Early Education: A Report from the Child Health and Education Study, Clarendon Press, Oxford. Plantenga, J. and M. nl. Pocock, B. and H. Masterman-Smith (2006), “Work-choices and Women Workers”, Journal of Australian Political Economy, Vol. 56(12), pp. 126-144. Randall, V. (2000), The Politics of Child Daycare in Britain, Oxford University Press, Oxford. 42 STARTING STRONG II: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE – ISBN 92-64-03545-1 – © OECD 2006 1. WHY COUNTRIES INVEST IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE Schweinhart, L.

G. in France and Germany, or remains precarious, as in Australia, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, where high rates of part-time and temporary contracts have become the rule in retail, secretarial and other service sector work occupied by women. In addition, the estimated cost of raising children, both the direct costs of child care as well as its indirect costs, such as opportunity costs relating to the mother’s career, have also a dissuasive effect on decisions to have children (Becker, 2005).

They perform on average significantly better in all countries than children without such advantages. Another reason is that young children in higher risk categories may not experience successful role models, or acquire in the early childhood period, the fundamental skills and motivations that underlie all learning, such as, adequate concept and language acquisition, self-regulation, and confidence to interact or express themselves. ” In this sense – and with regard also to health and social development – poverty in early childhood has more serious effects than at any other stage in the life cycle, as it can seriously impede fundamental skill acquisition.

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