Early Childhood Organizations & Websites:
Association for Childhood Education International
Center for Child Care Workforce
Children’s Defense Fund
Council for Exceptional Children
The Division for Early Childhood
The Erikson Institute
FPG Child Development Institute
Harvard Education Letter
Institute for Women’s Policy Research
Let's Move
National Association for Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies
National Association for Family Child Care
National Association for the Education of Young Children
National Black child Development Institute
National Center for Research on Early Childhood Education
National Child Care Association
National Child Care Information Center
National Head Start Association
National Institute for Early Education Research
North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education
North Carolina: Office of Early Learning
Pennsylvania Early Learning: Keys to Learning
Program for Infant Toddler Care
Reggio Children
Ultimate Block Party
Voices for America’s Children
World Forum Foundation
World Organization for Early Childhood Education
Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families

Position Statements & Helpful Papers

Department for Education: England: Early Years Foundation Page
FPG Child Development Institute:  Evidence-based practice empowers early childhood professionals and families
NAEYC: Developmentally appropriate practice in early childhood programs serving children from birth through age 8
NAEYC: Where we stand on child abuse prevention
NAEYC:  Where we stand on school readiness
NAEYC: Where we stand on responding to linguistic and cultural diversity
NAEYC: Early childhood curriculum, assessment, and program evaluation
NAEYC: Early childhood inclusion: A summary
North Carolina: Infant - Toddler Foundations
Pennsylvania Early Learning: Keys to Quality: Early Learning Standards: Infants and Toddlers
UNICEF: Fact Sheet: A summary of the rights under the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Zero to Three:  Infant-toddler policy agenda

Helpful Information for Parents 

Getting young children ready to learn

Classroom Resources
Teaching Children to Draw


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