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Early Childhood Education and Development in Indonesia Strong Foundations, Later Success A Preview. Hafid Alatas , Sally Brinkman, Mae Chu Chang, Djoko Hartono, Amer Hasan , Titie Hadiyati , Marilou Hyson, Haeil Jung, Angela Kinnell , Menno Pradhan , Rosfita Roesli. Mae Chu Chang

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Early Childhood Education and Development in Indonesia

Strong Foundations, Later Success

A Preview

HafidAlatas, Sally Brinkman, Mae Chu Chang, Djoko Hartono, AmerHasan, TitieHadiyati, Marilou Hyson, Haeil Jung, Angela Kinnell, Menno Pradhan, RosfitaRoesli

Mae Chu Chang

Head, Human Development Unit

The World Bank – Jakarta

November 5, 2012

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Contents

  • Introduction
  • Audience
  • Organizing framework
  • A decade of progress
  • Indonesia’s ECED Initiatives – Insights from this book
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Introduction

This book will draw insights for policies and practices in Indonesia and beyond from:

  • International evidence
  • New data on the pattern of development among young children in poor villages in Indonesia
  • Lessons from implementing the community-driven ECED project across 50 poor districts in Indonesia
  • An ongoing randomized impact evaluation
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Audience

Researchers in early childhood development and program evaluation

Policymakers within and outside Indonesia

Providers of early childhood services

Professional development providers

Advocates for quality early childhood services

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A Decade of Progress:

ECED Milestones in Indonesia

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The ECED Policy Agenda inIndonesia and elsewhere

Insights gained from this book

Access

Holistic Integrated

Families

Teachers

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Expand ECED services to ensure access for All Young Children - Insights

  • Involve village leadership
  • Prioritize and target in the short term aim for universal coverage in the long-term
  • Use a community-driven planning process
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Focus on Providing Holistic Integrated Service Delivery - Insights

  • Focus on quality
  • Capitalize on village health posts
    • For health (weight and height measurement)
    • For education (early stimulation)
  • Think about sustainable financing now
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A Key Role for Families and Family-focused Interventions - Insights

Parents are key allies

  • Highly motivated to help their children

But need support

  • More and better family support programs with trained facilitators are essential
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Increase the Qualifications and Competencies of ECED teachers - Insights

  • Teachers from the community bring strong motivation
  • They need supportive training
    • Aligned with local needs
  • Training needs to be evaluated