From the website: Canadian Child Care Federation – committed to best practice in early childhood education. [...] In order to protect and enhance our children, to promote their safety and their healthy growth and development, we are committed to providing Canadians with the very best in early learning and child care knowledge and best practices. Our tools are research and knowledge dissemination, the creation and nurturing of active networks.
From the website: "to promote and facilitate reading, learning, information sharing, discussion, networking, support and accountable practice amongst all who work with children, youth and families in difficulty.” Contains links to publications, reports, conference information and other professional resources. Based in South Africa.
From the website: The College of Early Childhood Educators regulates and governs Ontario’s early childhood educators in the public interest. The College is not an educational institution or a professional association that advocates for early childhood educators. It is an organization that helps to serve and protect children and families by setting registration requirements and ethical and professional standards for registered early childhood educators (RECEs), and governing member conduct through a complaints and discipline process.
From the website: Since 1986, the Council of Canadian Child and Youth Care Associations has been the national networking organization representing child and youth care professionals in Canada through their provincial associations. The Council strives to promote the association movement
throughout the nation and through them promote and encourage professional development, advocacy, recognition and networking for child
and youth care..
National Association for the Education of Young Children is an American "professional membership organization that works to promote high-quality early learning for all young children, birth through age 8, by connecting early childhood practice, policy, and research." Articles from the NAEYC scholarly journal Early Childhood Research Quarterly can be accessed through the library website (via "Journals by Title" or the "Search for Articles, Books, and More" option).
The Canadian Union of Public Employees is Canada’s largest union, with over 639,000 members across the country. CUPE represents workers in health care, emergency services, education, early learning and child care, municipalities, social services, libraries, utilities, transportation, airlines and more. We have more than 70 offices across the country, in every province.
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Journal of Childhood Studies is published three times a year by the Canadian Association for Young Children. It is distributed to over 700 professional CAYC members concerned with early childhood development and primary education.