OECD Education Policy Perspectives

The OECD Directorate for Education and Skills helps countries compare their education policies and experiences, and learn from each other through large scale assessment and surveys and comparative policy analysis. This policy papers series presents analysis for policy makers, practitioners and researchers on a wide range of policy issues covered at OECD: from pre-primary to higher education, from policy design to implementation, from student performance and well-being, to teacher training and practices, to school resources.


Improving access to quality early education in Romania

Early childhood education and care (ECEC) attendance in Romania has increased in recent decades but remains below national goals and EU averages. This education policy brief aims to support Romania’s efforts to improve the access and quality of ECEC services. To do this, Romania will need to increase ECEC expenditure, address participation barriers and offer more flexible service provision. Efforts to improve the quality of ECEC services might include, among other things, ensuring continuity in learning and development across the full age range of ECEC curricula.


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