Development of pre-school education and training of teachers and administrators in Turkey
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CitationOktay, A. ve Zembat, R. (1994). Development of pre-school education and training of teachers and administrators in Turkey. 11. World Congress on Child Education and Training. s. 62-67.
As happens to be the case in a lot of countries in the world, formal pre-school education in Turkey started in the second half of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century At first, these attempts consisted mainly of providing accommodation for orphans and establishing charity foundations, which would provide them with food and sometimes medical care. Later on, this system became much more organised when it was included under the umbrella of the public services of the Ministry of Education. When the regulations prepared by this Ministry came into effect in 1914 1915, pre-school education attained a considerably organised status.
Source11. World Congress on Child Education and Training
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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