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Dress guidelines for people working with children in ECE services (staff of all genders)

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Rarely do early childhood teacher education texts contain guidance on appropriate teacher dress and physical appearance. One exception is Maria Montessori who wrote that the teacher of young children: “must be attractive, pleasing in appearance, tidy and clean, calm and […]

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