Early Childhood Education in Poland . By: Lauren Parker . Poland became independent in 1918 Became a soviet state after World War II and was overrun by Germany and the Soviet Union 1989-1990 Poland won back unity. Ethnic Groups . 96.6% of the people in Poland are Polish 1.1% are Silesian
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By: Lauren Parker
What children learn in school affects their development later in life
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