Maternal School

Maternal School

 

(1) The first stage in the pedagogical system of the czech educator J. A. Komensky (Comenius) providing for the upbringing of children within the family until the age of six.

(2) A preschool institution in France and certain other countries that accepts children between the ages of two and six. Similar to the maternal schools are the young children’s classes attached to primary schools which enroll children of four years of age.

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Correlational analyses indicated that maternal intrusiveness consistently predicted child cognitive competence when children were in Head Start; maternal school involvement predicted cognitive competence when children were in kindergarten.
Correlational analyses indicated that maternal intrusiveness consistently predicted child cognitive competence while children were in Head Start; maternal school involvement predicted cognitive competence while children were in kindergarten.

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