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As Pamela Oberhuemer documents, Germany is experiencing a rapid expansion of provision in the ECEC sector, motivated by concerns related to gender equity and female labour force participation, educational achievement of children and social inclusion of groups at risk, in particular children from families with a migration background. The change has been particularly dramatic in the Western part of the country, where levels of provision were traditionally very low. Since 1996, all children from the age of three have been entitled to a nursery or family day-care place, and that entitlement is now to be extended downwards to reach children aged one and two.
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