Child Education

Secondary education streams:
Scientific/Math, Literature, Scientific
Early childhood education (ECE), also known as nursery education, is a branch of education theory that relates to the teaching of children (formally and informally) from birth up to the age of eight. Traditionally, this is up to the equivalent of third grade. ECE is described as an important period in child development. ECE emerged as a field of study during the Enlightenment, particularly in European countries with high literacy rates. It continued to grow through the nineteenth century as universal primary education became a norm in the Western world. In recent years, early childhood education has become a prevalent public policy issue, as funding for preschool and pre-K is debated by municipal, state, and federal lawmakers. Governing entities are also debating the central focus of early childhood education with debate on developmental appropriate play versus strong academic preparation curriculum in reading, writing, and math. The global priority placed on early childhood education is underscored with targets of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4. As of 2023, however, "only around 4 in 10 children aged 3 and 4 attend early childhood education" around the world. Furthermore, levels of participation vary widely by region with, "around 2 in 3 children in Latin American and the Caribbean attending ECE compared to just under half of children in South Asia and only 1 in 4 in sub-Saharan Africa". ECE is also a professional designation earned through a post-secondary education program. For example, in Ontario, Canada, the designations ECE (Early Childhood Educator) and RECE (Registered Early Childhood Educator) may only be used by registered members of the College of Early Childhood Educators, which is made up of accredited child care professionals who are held accountable to the College's standards of practice. Research shows that early-childhood education has substantial positive short- and long-term effects on the children who attend such education, and that the costs are dwarfed by societal gains of the education programs. ..More on Wikipedia

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Universities with the lowest accepted score to the program Scientific Scientific/Math Literature
Ain Shams University 360.0 327.0 382.5
Alexandria University 378.5 345.5 377.5
Assiut University 355.0 289.5 363.5
Tanta University 380.5 351.5 351.5
Zagazig University 384.5 350.0 382.0
Helwan University 368.0 343.5 372.0
Menofia University 379.5 340.5 379.0
Suez Canal University 270.0 365.0
South Valley University 369.0 313.0 371.5
Fayoum University 370.5 346.0 367.0
Beni Suef University 359.5 304.5 365.5
Kafrelsheikh University 373.0 303.0 371.5
Port Said University 363.0 347.0 381.0
University of Sadat City 375.0 328.5 375.5
Suez University 352.5 303.0 355.5
El Arish University 235.5 236.0 349.7
6th of October University 55.0
Cairo University
Mansoura University 383.0 340.5 375.5

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