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Enhancing the Early Childhood Development System in Yakutia (Russia): Meeting the Challenges

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  • Jure Kotnik

    (Arhitektura Jure Kotnik)

  • Tigran Shmis

    (World Bank Russia Country Office)

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The Yakutia Republic is currently working to update its early childhood development (ECD) system. Its goal is to ensure a high quality environment for early learning and child care and to enable higher enrolment levels.

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  • Jure Kotnik & Tigran Shmis, 2011. "Enhancing the Early Childhood Development System in Yakutia (Russia): Meeting the Challenges," CELE Exchange, Centre for Effective Learning Environments 2011/12, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:eduaac:2011/12-en
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    construction techniques; designs; early childhood; economical; models; pre-school facilities;

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