Early Childhood Education: The Social And Cultural Consequences

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Fariha Sohil , Uzma Niaz, Eemaan Khalid Rahmani , Muhammad Umair Sohail


The impact of schooling seems to change the social and cultural attitude of the communities by converting rustic into nationals. In the start of nineteen century, the importance of primary education started growing in the Pakistan to a significant extent to engage teenagers in positive activities. As a result, early childhood education (ECE) can change the lifestyle, thinking ability, and local as well as global attitude. In the present study, we can address the four key components (i) the role of primary education to sustain modern societies, (ii) the universal orientation of primary education to share social and cultural diversity, (iii) primary education about globalization and basic diverse factor such as living rights, social and cultural solidarity, and global warming, (iv) the reconciliation of ECE about the economic and materialistic mind setup, and mass production. Furthermore, the attitude about the hypothetical world is built during their ECE and they continue their pattern at the end of their life. The key components of this study are investigated with cross-sectional data, analyzed with the help of panel regression models. The statistical findings show that ECE is mainly the function of local and global rationalization, social and cultural mobilization, and economic services. Major functions of developed societies are insignificant; the ECE becomes realistic in nature worldwide.

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