Preschool education, Developing countries, Parent education, Early childhood education, Educational policy
This study served as a contribution towards the development of evidence-based policies and strategies for the universal provision of holistic, integrated, affordable, sustainable, well-coordinated, high quality, and equitable Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini (PAUD) early childhood services in Indonesia, particularly for marginalized populations. Its specific objectives include support to the Ministry of Education in Indonesia in two areas: the development of a Road Map for a one-year “Quality Pre-Primary Education for All” (pre-primary PAUD) programme throughout Indonesia, and the development of a supporting programme of “Quality Parenting Education” for parents and caregivers of children of 0 to 6 years of age that can provide communities with the necessary knowledge, attitudes, and skills to support children’s growth, protection, and development (in support of the first indicator for SDG 4.2 target).
Harding, D., Tirtowalujo, I., Shaeffer, S., Cloney, D., Gutama., Burhanuddin., Qurany, N. N., Wijana, W., & Pakasi, T. (2017). Developing a Strategy for Quality Pre-Primary Education for All and Parenting Education for ECCE - Policy Options and Road Map. ACER Indonesia. https://research.acer.edu.au/indonesia/2
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