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Establishing the Effects of Quality in Early Childhood: Comparing evidence from England - Occasional paper, March 2017


This occasional paper examines the robustness of a paper published by Blanden, Hansen and McNally in February 2017 which sought to investigate the effects of quality within early education and care settings in England (Quality in Early Years Settings and Children's School Achievement, CEP Discussion Paper 1468, The London School of Economics).   The authors question the validity of the conclusions reached by Blanden et al about the impact of quality in early childhood education in England.

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Professor Pam Sammons
Professor Kathy Sylva
Dr James Hall
Professor Iram Siraj
Professor Edward Melhuish
Brenda Taggart
and Sandra Mathers
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