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NEPS in the media: "Early daycare attendance can even out social differences"

On 22.01.2024, an interview with Prof. Corinna Kleinert on the influence of daycare attendance on the equalization of social inequalities was published in Der Spiegel.

On 22.01.2024, Der Spiegel published an interview with Prof. Dr. Corinna Kleinert, Deputy Director of the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories. They talked about the influence of daycare attendance on children from families with different social status. Very early daycare attendance can have particularly positive effects on children from families with a low social status. This is because daycare attendance has a positive influence on learning behavior in the areas of vocabulary, cognitive skills and social behavior. Joint support until primary school age can hardly compensate for the differences in social background. 

However, more daycare places are needed to enable early attendance at daycare centers. In order to create these, training, remuneration and career opportunities for staff must be improved. 

You can find the interview with Prof. Kleinert here.

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