Early Childhood Development in the Global South

Journal of the British Academy, Volume 8s2

This supplementary issue arises from a sequence of activities the British Academy has led since 2015 to bring together of a range of disciplinary perspectives on early childhood development. The research programme has uniquely been supported by both the Department for International Development and the Global Challenges Research Fund.

Articles

Early childhood development in the Global South: introduction
Simon Goldhill and Philip Lewis
Journal of the British Academy, volume 8, supplementary issue 2, pp. 1-6, posted 25 March 2020.

Costs, costing principles and institutional framework for responsive early childhood care and education models in India: a proposition
Jyotsna Jha, Archana Purohit and Sharad Pandey
Journal of the British Academy, volume 8, supplementary issue 2, pp. 7-39, posted 25 March 2020.

Shifting the discourse from survive to thrive: a qualitative exploration of beliefs, actions and priorities for early childhood development in Uganda
Daniel Strachan et al.
Journal of the British Academy, volume 8, supplementary issue 2, pp. 41-70, posted 25 March 2020.

Changing trajectories of learning and development:experimental evidence from the Quality Preschool for Ghana interventions
Sharon Wolf and Morgan Peele
Journal of the British Academy, volume 8, supplementary issue 2, pp. 71-102, posted 25 March 2020.

Experiences of incorporating support for early childhood development into the Baby Friendly Community Initiative in rural Kenya
Teresa Mwoma et al.
Journal of the British Academy, volume 8, supplementary issue 2, pp. 103-132, posted 25 March 2020.

The role of graduation programming in promoting early childhood development: an overview of the evidence
Keetie Roelen, Micah Sherer and Carmen-Leon Himmelstine
Journal of the British Academy, volume 8, supplementary issue 2, pp. 133-161, posted 25 March 2020.

Info

Publication date: 25 Mar 2020

Author: Simon Goldhill and Philip Lewis

Publisher: Journal of the British Academy

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