Worldwide, a large number of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers are enroled in formal non-parental early childhood education or care (ECEC). Theoretically, lower adult/child ratios (fewer children per adult) and smaller group sizes are hypothesised to be associated with positive child outcomes in ECEC. A lower adult/child ratio and a smaller group size may increase both the extent and quality of adult/child interactions during the day.

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Dalgaard NT, Bondebjerg A, Klokker R, Viinholt BCA, Dietrichson J. (2022). Adult/child ratio and group size in early childhood education or care to promote the development of children aged. Campbell Systematic Reviews; Vol 18(2):e1239
Investeringsdetalje Målgruppe Køn Effektmål overordnet Effektmål detaljeret Effekt Signifikant Enhed
Færre børn per voksen 3-5 årige Samlet Sprog Sprog, 3-5 årige -0,06 Nej Standardiseret