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Understanding the training needs of early childhood educators across Inuit Nunangat

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The work of the Inuit Early Childhood Development Working Group (IECDWG) is informed by a vision of healthy, happy and safe Inuit children and families across Inuit Nunangat. Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK), in collaboration with the IECDWG, believes that accessible, culturally and linguistically based early childhood education is vital to making this vision a reality. This document summarizes information on training gaps in the field of early childhood education in Inuit Nunangat. It was developed to inform future investments in early childhood education, as well as policy and program development in the field. While this project did not undertake a rigorous research process, nor an exhaustive literature review, Inuit regional partners were engaged at every stage. The resulting document gives a voice to representatives working on the ground with child care centres. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
Canada

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