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''The value is enormous: It's priceless I think!'': New Zealand preschool teachers' understandings of the early childhood curriculum in New Zealand: A comparative perspective

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A qualitative study of how New Zealand preschool teachers perceive the meaning, value, and focus of Te Whariki, the New Zealand early childhood curriculum, and a comparison of this curriculum with Sweden and Norway's early childhood curricula
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Sweden; New Zealand; Norway

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