Embedding Parents’ Perspectives in the Discourse for Quality Education and Care in the Early Years

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Emma Bailey. Early Years Educator, Worcester, UK. Carla Solvason. University of Worcester, UK. Full reference: Bailey, E. & Solvason, C. (2019). Embedding parents’ perspectives in the discourse for quality education and care in the early years.  NZ International Research in […]

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