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In 1997, the Québec government announced its new family policy. The government undertook a massive reorganization of the child care system and transformed it into the early childhood care and education component of the new family policy. The reform was indeed substantial and ambitious and was undertaken at a time when, as in other provinces, the government was trying to reduce its budgetary deficit to zero. As the reform enters its fifth year, the author reviews the first five years and examines the successes, challenges and lessons learned.
This paper consists of five chapters:
Includes appendices and bibliography.
|Reforming Québec's early childhood care and education: The first five years [89pp]||417.56 KB|
|Les services de garde à l’enfance : au cœur de la politique familiale québécoise [86pp]||405.81 KB|