Baby PISA is Just Around the Corner. So Why is No One Talking about It?

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As the standardization of early education proceeds apace, assessment of young children is a hot topic among those who nurture and educate them. Inappropriate, high-stakes testing is moving down, inexorably, to the most tender stages of development, the latest front of the Global Education Reform Movement.

Helge Wasmuth, an associate professor of early childhood and childhood education at New York’s Mercy College, has been following this trend. Among his research interests are early education policy as well as the history of, and postmodern perspectives on, early childhood education. He is a renowned expert on Friedrich Froebel. In the . . . Read full article →

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