How can one improve child care and early education in Trinidad and Tobago?
Go onto: www.google.com Type in "Improving early education in Trinnidad" After you have looked through the sites and got your information do the same thing again only put in "Tobago" Good luck Marcy
Education is an inequality in the world because in most cases access to quality education directly correlates to the economic level of the area in which the child lives - a child in a poor country will most likely receive poor education, and a child in an affluent will most likely receive quality education.
Audrey Curtis has written: 'A curriculum for the pre-school child' -- subject(s): Activity programs, Child development, Curricula, Education, Preschool, Preschool Education 'Early learning' -- subject(s): Child development, Testing 'Care and Education in Early Childhood' -- subject(s): Early childhood education, Child care 'Curriculum for the Pre-school Child, A'
I haven't found the actual hobbies he likes. But I know like what he likes. Here are the things he was good at the early years of Hasley Crawford. He is a champion in Trinidad and Tobago 100 metres champion, and the 200 metre. And in 2001, he was named/honored in a stadium. He is an 11 child of Lionel and Phyllis Crawford. Just saying. Tried my best, at least. Hope that this helps!
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The term synergistic effect refers to an amplification that sometimes happens when two phenomena are combined. For example, let us say that you can improve a child's chances of success in life through education, and you can also improve their chances through good nutrition, but if the child has both good nutrition and education, the chances of success are even greater than simply adding the advantages of nutrition and education. They work together to create…
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Since the passage of the federal No Child Left Behind Act in 2002, every state now has specific testing guidelines and standards in core subjects to follow with the law. The No Child Left Behind Act is based on the belief that setting high standards and establishing measurable goals can improve individual outcomes in education.
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It depends where. Missionaries changed culture by "civilising" cultural groups. This probably resulted in a loss of culture and religion. On the other hand they formed the basis of education for remote communities. Nowadays, missionaries are usually sent to poor countries to improve living standards. This means that they provide proper health care, farming education, child education, clean water ETC. They are also less religious based.
detention dos serve a purpose because when a child does something wrong like fighting, vandalism, back chatting and littering... they should get detention...detention is there for a purpose...children to improve in their behaviour, studies and discipline's ...if there was no detention there would be no education, discipline and no proper behaviour in a child...so i say that there should be detention in schools..
5 solution for overpopulated countries: 1. Improve the contraception/medical service and family planning information. Making sure every child is a "wanted" child. 2. Improve sex education for teens, if teens are educated well, it will reduce "unwanted" pregnancies. 3. Improve child survival rates because parents have the expectation that their children will survive and living a good life so they'll choose to have fewer children. 4. Provide better educational opportunities for girls. Girls in school…