Kvalitet i læring i barnehagen : en analyse av styringsdokumenter fra OECD og Norge
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Original versionNordisk Barnehageforskning. 2015, 11 18-?. 10.7577/nbf.856
The purpose of this article is to provide representations of and to compare meanings attributed to the concept of learning in Early Childhood Education and Care policy. More concrete, the article provides a comparison between documents from Norway and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD. The comparison is based on the OECD- report Quality Matters in Early Childhood Education and Care. Norway (Taguma et al. 2013), and White Paper no. 24 (2012-2013) The Future of Early Childhood Education and Care. Neither the OECD-report nor the Norwegian White Paper has any legal levers to influence Norway, but the documents advise a national agenda, described as “soft governance”. The analysis is made on the basis of Bernstein’s code theory and his concept of classification.