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Early years (0-6) strategy: evidence-based paper

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The [Early Years] Strategy sets out to ensure better educational and wider outcomes for children by improving the quality and integration of services to the youngest children and their families from 2010 to 2015. "The purpose of this paper is to ensure that the Early Years Strategy is built on evidence-based policy findings." - page 9.

Publisher: Department of Education, Northern Ireland (DENI)
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:dera.ioe.ac.uk:628
Provided by: Digital Education Resource Archive

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