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Crossing the Border: A Community Negotiates the Transition from Early Childhood to Primary School by Carol Hartley, Pat Rodgers, Jemma Smith, Sally Peters and Margaret Carr

Reviewed by Dr S Alexander
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A small number of early childhood services, called 'Centres of Innovation', received government financial support to work alongside academic researchers and develop an aspect of their practice to provide a model of best practice to share with other early childhood services.  

A new book titled 'Crossing the Border' is a product that has come out of a project undertaken by Mangere Bridge Kindergarten in Auckland, New Zealand to build connections between themselves as an early childhood service and primary school. 

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