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History of children's services in the Western Region : putting magic in the lives of children and participation in the lives of their parents - Project Report

Carolan, Christine and Byard, Sheila (1992) History of children's services in the Western Region : putting magic in the lives of children and participation in the lives of their parents - Project Report. Crow Collection Association.

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Abstract

The funding application used the title "Putting Magic in the Lives of Children and Participation in the Lives of their Parents" to place the project in its historic setting. "Putting Magic in the Lives of Children" was a slogan from the early 1940s used to popularise the need for preschool education. Thirty years later the community child care movement of the 1970s emphasised the need for parent involvement in the services provided for their children, via "Participation in the Lives of Parents".

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Published by the Crow Collection Association as part of the 1992 Livivng Library Project on the History of children's services. The Kit of Project Materials is also catalogued as CROW COLL 362.7099451 HIS. The complete kit comprises 12 booklets, a video, photographs and project documents, the result of a nine months Living Library Project on the History of Children’s Services in the Western Region by the Crow Collection Association.

Uncontrolled Keywords: Western Region Children's Services, preschool education, children's services, Victoria University of Technology, Reichstein Project, "A Living Library Project", Living Libraries Project, booklet 11, CROW-BOX14-17-11-DOC12
Subjects: FOR Classification > 1301 Education Systems
Collections > Crow Papers
FOR Classification > 1604 Human Geography
Depositing User: VU Library
Date Deposited: 16 Sep 2011 00:57
Last Modified: 23 May 2013 16:47
URI: http://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/16151
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