This chapter of the report describes expectations for child outcomes for children from birth to three years (ECED) and children from age three to start of primary schooling (PPE). It sets out whether and how these outcomes are assessed and recorded, and how child outcomes data are used to support the development of policy and practice. Within and between country similarities and variations in child outcomes expectations and practice will be highlighted.
- Child Outcome
- Study Country
- School Readiness
- Early Development Instrument
- Child Assessment
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Bertram, T., Pascal, C. (2016). Expectations for Child Outcomes, Assessment and Reporting. In: Early Childhood Policies and Systems in Eight Countries. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-39847-1_8
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