Quality Assurance in Early Childhood Care and Development in Southeast Asia

Despite differences in culture, religion and government, Southeast Asian (SEA) nations have a shared interest and growing passion transcending ethnic and national groups and boundaries in expanding ECCD programs and services.

 

A detailed discussion on each country’s efforts and challenges it faces to universalize ECCD programs and services without compromising quality is presented in the 2011 SEAMEO INNOTECH Report on ECCD Quality Assurance in Southeast Asia as part of the SEAMEO INNOTECH Regional Education Program (SIREP) for the said year.

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  • Monitoring of the Philippine Department of Education’s Model Senior High School Program
  • Nonformal Education: Emerging Patterns and Trends (October – December)
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  • Annual Report F.Y. 2018-2019 Infographic
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