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Assessment of infant babbling

Under the new order government for all institutions for children under the age of 5 years, infants will exhibit the marks of crying, “kurlykane” and talk.

Play groups and kindergartens will also have to demonstrate that they help children in the development of 69 education and training if they do not want to lose funding.

New Program development in the early stages describes how to develop children from birth to five years, i.e. until the beginning of compulsory schooling. This document having the force of law, was published yesterday, along with benefit education and the schema that contains the basic requirements and their corresponding principles.

Beverley Hughes, Minister for children, insists that the program is not a “sign for ticking” and that she would be horrified if people used it in order to expose the mark to babies from birth. “Its purpose is to help people wise to look at the needs of children with whom they work,” she says.

However, the parent organization accused the government of creating stress for children through the installation of straps for them, which they must reach before the first birthday, while conservatives called it “unprecedented control of children from birth to elementary school”, which can deprive children of their childhood.

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