The educational problems facing the early childhood teacher In light of global experiences

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Dr. Ibtehag Mahmoud Tolba, et. al.


 The current study aimed at identifying the most important educational and administrative problems that hinder the functioning of public kindergartens from the point of view of both early childhood teachers and managers of institutions. The researcher used a questionnaire and an observation card for kindergarten (teachers). The sample consisted of 35 government kindergartens from the East and West of Nasr City in Egypt comprised of 35 male and females directors, and 100 Early childhood teachers. The results revealed that there were six statistically significant factors that were greater than the whole one on Kaiser's test. The current study recommends appropriate building that meets the international standards such as playing centers, after school programs, summer programs, and suggests that industrial countries can adept these buildings to other activities.

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