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Beyond access: exploring equity in early childhood learning and development

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A new report using data from Save the Children’s International Development and Early Learning Assessment (IDELA) finds that on average, 6-year-olds can name 4 to 5 different types of food or animals, identify 3 out of 5 common shapes, recognize basic emotions but not methods for coping with negative feelings like sadness, and draw a copy of a simple shape. However, digging deeper into these group averages, data from 20,000 children across sites within 38 countries display a wide range of early learning and development skills (figure 1).

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