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What is it that looks like Early Childhood Education but that is not it in field of education?

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Started: 7/14/2013 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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ctopher4xt

Pro

I believe there might be some forms of education that looks like Early Childhood Education but which is actually not it, what are these like, could it Primary education level alone that is the answer?
def

Con

Primary education is very much important. It is because first we have to know the base of any subject. If there is strong base there will be a good building.
Debate Round No. 1
ctopher4xt

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def

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Research suggests that pre-primary education is
very important for the development of young
children before they enter formal school (Kaul,
2002). It helps in cognitive development of
children at the early grades of primary education
and it has strong bearing on attendance and
participation of children once they enter primary
school.
Pre-primary education is considered to be very
important for the child as it is the first step
towards entering the world of knowledge as well
as a healthy and purposeful life. Pre-primary
education helps children become more
independent and confident as well as promoting
the all round development of the children
(Ramachandran et al., 2003).
Children who have been to pre-primary schools
tend to learn more rapidly through an organised
curriculum, learning aids and by interacting with
other children. The main purpose of pre-primary
education is to prepare children physically,
emotionally, socially and mentally for formal
schooling and to prevent poor performance and
early drop out. It also helps older children,
particularly girls, to attend their schools making
them free from responsibility of sibling care.
Thus it can be said that pre-primary education is
necessary for all children of 3-6 years old
irrespective of their sociology-economic background
(Govinda and Bandyopadhyay, 2008). With
increasing numbers of nuclear families and a lack
of family support, pre primary school education is
gaining importance.
Availability of quality pre primary education will
promote inclusive education and meaningful
access to school education by increasing
enrollment and reducing the vulnerability of
children to failure and drop out at later stages of
education.
Debate Round No. 2
ctopher4xt

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def

Con

def forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by donald.keller 3 years ago
donald.keller
Pre-school? Daycare? Kindergarden?
Posted by Donjaundebater1212 3 years ago
Donjaundebater1212
Please explain
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Vote Placed by Ragnar 3 years ago
Ragnar
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Reasons for voting decision: FAIL (I'd give it to con, but his argument looks highly copy/pasted, losing all credit in presentation).