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  • Early childhood education in Norway ( NORGE )
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  • NORWAY Scandinavia
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  • POPULATION in Norway 31.12.2010 4.930.000 (49.99% women / 50.01% men) Born every year ab. 60.000 1.98 birth rate per fertile woman 24% - 18 years and younger 15% - older than 60 Immigrants in Norway 12% in Oslo (pop. 600.000) 28 %
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  • FAMILY POLICY Parents leave:46 weeks (100%) or 56 weeks (80%) Mothers:3 weeks before birth + 6 weeks after birth Fathers:10 weeks Kontantsttte (Cash-support) Child -/family allowances Child: the right to have a place in a pre-school, from 1 year.
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  • EDUCATION POLICY Ministry of Education and Research: 1 6 yearspre-school/home 6 13 yearsprimary school 13 16 yearssecondary school 16 19 yearsupper-secondary school
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  • Higher education Higher education for work in schools and pre-schools University / University college Teacher training academy (different courses)
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  • Special education All children are attending ordinary classes in pre-schools and schools. Some special schools for groups of children (special needs) Language-support for immigrant children
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  • PRE-SCHOOLS
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  • Children in preschool in 2010 (0 1 yearsParent leave + Kontantsttte (Cash-support)) 1 2 years80 % 3 5 years98 % 1 5 years90 % 280 000 children in Norwegian pre-schools
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  • Children in public and private pre- schools Total number of children in pre-schools 280 000 (2010) Public pre-schools3 100 Private pre-schools3 600 Private home pre-schools1 600 (small units/ 1-2 y.)
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  • Organisation Total number employed in these schools: 85 000 persons 35 % pedagogical educated(teachers) 65 % no formal education(assistants)
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  • Policy documents Law for preschools National curriculum for content and task in the preschools Methodological guidelines (gender, participation, IKT) Other policy documents from the Ministry (language, going to school)
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  • Dilemmas Each school decide its own programme Each pedagogue (and assistant) is responsible for initiating the programme Results are not in demand Policy documents are not followed?
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  • Environment for play and learn
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  • Outdoor activities and learning

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