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Early-Childhood Education
Early-childhood education

Early-childhood education has a relatively short history. Until the 19th century, formal education (i.e., teacher-directed instruction) was the prerogative only of older, male, and privileged children. For example, during the U.S. Colonial era, school-age sons of plantation owners from the southern states were often ...

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