This category includes sites for regional, national, and international organizations related to the education of young children.

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Association Early Childhood Educators Ontario
Professional body offering industry news and advocacy.
California Early Childhood Mentor Program
Tells who the agency is and what is does. Includes an introduction to the mentoring program, a participant's area, and a list of printed materials available for sale.
California Kindergarten Association
Includes information on conferences, grants, publications, current legislation, and membership.
Child Development Council of Franklin County
Provides Head Start services to income eligible children ages 3-5 and their families in the Columbus, Ohio area. Includes mission statement, program information, and contact numbers.
Child Development Resources
Private, nonprofit agency provides services for young children and their families, as well as training for early childhood and early intervention professionals. Site provides an overview of both services and training, as a brief history of the agency.
Childcare Resource and Research Unit (CRRU)
Focus is on early childhood care, education research, and advocacy for the publicly-funded, universally accessible, comprehensive, not-for-profit system of early childhood care and education in Canada. Research, resource, and policy links.
Childswork Learning Center, Inc.
A nonprofit early childhood center in Portland, OR.
Coalition of Infant/Toddler Educators
Promotes quality care and education through professional development and other resources.
Early Childhood Development Association of Prince Edward Island
A non-profit organization to promote the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development of young children. Mission statement, list of accomplishments, code of ethics, and membership information.
Early Childhood Educators of British Columbia
Provides an overview of the organization as well as product order form and membership organization.
Froebel Foundation USA
The Froebel Foundation USA was established in January 2001 to promote the educational ideas of Friedrich Froebel to the world at large and preserve the history the U.S. kindergarten movement.
High/Scope Educational Research Foundation
Independent nonprofit research, curriculum development, teacher training, and public advocacy organization. An overview of educational programs, a catalog of published materials, assessment tools, and research studies.
Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential
Introduces caregivers to the field of child brain development. Serves both brain-injured children and well children.
Recruits, trains, supervises, and supports college students to work with early childhood programs such as Head Start. News, locations, and volunteer opportunities.
McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership
Offers professional development and program evaluation. Includes articles and research notes.
The National Association for the Education of Young Children
Professional organization which promotes excellence in early childhood education. Information for educators and parents, conference information, professional development resources, and a members-only section.
The Orelena Hawks Puckett Institute
A not-for-profit organization engaging in activities that enhance and promote healthy child, parent and family functioning.
Pacific Rim Early Childhood Institute
Provides government-licensed courses in Early Childhood Education via distance education.
Parents as Teachers National Center
Nonprofit parent education organization providing parents of children prenatal-age 5 with support and information on their developing child through a network of local programs.
Provides parent education and examines characteristics of quality early childhood education.
San Diego Association for the Education of Young Children
Includes brief mission statement, list of upcoming events, and resources for childcare providers and children's advocates.
Zero to Three
Offers a comprehensive interactive resource for parents and early childhood education professionals on healthy development of children ages zero to three years.
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