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Learn more about school-readiness at all ages, early childhood education, learning styles and learning disabilities, parental support to education, and social inequalities.

Readiness to learn

Readiness to learn, for students of all ages, can be ensured by attending to the pre-requisites for cognitive development, protecting children’s physical and socio-emotional (...)

Early childhood education

A mix of centre- and home-based early childhood education pro­gramming, focusing on the holistic development of the child while supporting parenting skills, can help (...)

Diverse learning abilities and challenges

Educational planners who understand student differences in cognitive characteristics and support school professionals in adopting standards for inclusive schools are, by extension, helping to promote (...)

Parental support to learning

Parents are the first educators of their children. The support they provide affects their child’s learning and development and linked to subsequent educational outcomes.

Social inequities

Coordination with other social services can help resolve the socio-economic inequities that contribute to lower learning outcomes for disadvantaged children.