The Child, Family and Social Policy - DEV 3100

DEV 3100 36 hours

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  • To sensitize students to the social policy and legal dimension of child development and to the values society places on children


  • Analysis of political climate and key trends surrounding ECE, and identification of principal Canadian and Manitoban social policies as they relate to children and families
  • Knowledge of key issues regarding the laws and rights of children and families including poverty, housing, special-needs children, Internet exploitation of children, divorce, adoption, foster care, work/family balance
  • Evaluation of flaws in various social policy initiatives and discussion of direction for potential solutions

Additional Comments

  • Delivered at the U of W main campus
Advanced Diploma In Leadership In Early Childhood Care And Education Program
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