In a three- to four-page paper, not including title and reference pages, address issues of Early Childhood Education Governance. In your paper:
a. Briefly summarize the three phases of ECE governance and give an example of each phase.
b. Focusing on Phase III: Moving Toward Shared Responsibility and Accountability, evaluate the three versions of administrative integration (stand alone, blended, and subsumed) from the perspective of your own defined philosophy of education. Explain how each version aligns or contrasts with your own philosophy and prior experience with the versions in your work.
c. Identify and describe which of the five issues noted in Chapter One presents the greatest challenge to building authority and accountability into governance entities in early education and care settings.
Utilize the course text and at least two additional scholarly sources to support your points. Cite your sources according to APA format as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.
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