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        What characteristics of funding, provision and regulation are associated with effective social investment in ECEC in England, France and Germany? – CORRIGENDUM
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This article was published with two errors. The correct text follows:

  • On page 12, paragraph 4, lines 1 and 2 should read: ‘In most Länder at least one year of childcare before school is provided free of charge.’

  • On page 18, line 7 should read: ‘The conditions of availability and affordability are broadly met in all three countries: participation is near universal (95% to 100%) and full- or part-time provision is often available free of charge.’

The authors apologise for these errors.

Reference

West, A., Blome, A and Lewis, J. (2019), ‘What characteristics of funding, provision and regulation are associated with effective social investment in ECEC in England, France and Germany?, Journal of Social Policy, first published online 29 July 2019. doi: 10.1017/S0047279419000631.