Early Childhood Education in America and Beyond: Theories, Standards and Children’s Education Today

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Early Childhood Education in America and Beyond: Theories, Standards and Children’s Education Today
The education of Children in the United States and internationally continues to be one of the top concerns of our government- both statewide and nationally- today.  Children play a huge role in the future of the American people but also, the way the population treats children reflects upon what kind of nation we are.  Education is an incredibly important part of how we define ourselves and draws a distinction between how children were treated prior to modern education reform and how we take education into our hands today.  Overall, there needs to be ongoing educational reform on many levels if we are to compete with international education...
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.....y backbone and a joint working of all elements of a child’s life is paramount in ensuring that every child has the best education possible.  
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