Diagnosis and solutions: efforts to address transitions and linkages in diverse countries

Little research exists on the effectiveness of transition support programs, and the dearth of programs that have been systematically implemented and evaluated points to this as a significant lack. Nonetheless, a number of professionals and practitioners from around the world have recognized the problems all children face as they encounter the social and intellectual challenges of primary school. Within their own systems they have attempted to create programmes that facilitate the transitions children are faced with as they move from home to an early childhood programme and/or into primary school. This document presents several examples of solutions that have been proposed or tried.

author
Evans, Judith L.
series
Coordinators' Notebook
language
ENG
Series volume
21
Institutions
Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development
date
1997
Pages
31 p.
regions
Americas and the Caribbean
Africa
Asia and the Pacific
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themes
Educational measurement
Pays
India
Ethiopia
Indonesia
Kenya
Guyana
Colombia
Philippines
South Africa
New Zealand
levels
Primary education
Early childhood education
Early childhood education

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