Inclusive policy and practice.
An introduction to early childhood studies. 2nd edition.
SAGE, London, pp. 190-202.
ISBN 9781847871671 (hbk.); 9781847871688 (pbk.)
||This chapter is original because it broadens out the concept of inclusion within the early years beyond limited notions of 'Special Educational Needs'. It interrogates this discourse. It focuses upon poverty as being the major exclusionary factor with early childhood and couples this with the increasing privatisation and cost of early childhood services. The chapter is theoretically rigorous. The chapter offers a significant critique of current privatisation within early childhood services and is therefore valuable for both policy makers and users. This paper has been closed as the permission of the publisher has not been verified.
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