WEB RESOURCES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

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LISTED BELOW IS A SELECT GROUP OF WEB RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO THE RESEARCHER IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, ASK YOUR LIBRARIAN FOR ASSISTANCE OR CALL 672-1233.

Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement--An archival website, the center's major mission was to improve the reading achievement of America's children.

Children Defense Fund--This website's major mission to ensure that no child is left behind.

Child Trends Data Bank--Source documents national statistics and research on indicators of child and youth well-being.

Cumberland County Schools--Site serves as the gateway to information in elementary education for Cumberland County School District.

Foundation for Child Development-- Site dedicated to the  principle that all families should have the social and material resources to raise their children to be healthy, educated and productive members of society. 

Franklin Porter Graham Child Development Institute--A component of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, this institute's major goal is to cultivate and share knowledge that will enhance child development and family well being.

Harvard Education Letter--Sponsored by Harvard Graduate School of Education, this series of articles focuses on education in preschool through grade three. In addition to articles, the site provides the researcher with a comprehensive lists of additional  websites on selected topics in early childhood education.

National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER)-- Research based, this site supports early childhood education initiatives by providing nonpartisan information to the researcher.

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)--This organization is committed to improving the well-being  of all children from birth to eight years old.

Public Schools of North Carolina Success INC--Located at the state's Department of Education website, this resource supports efforts to meet the needs of all young children and their families through in-service, networking and collaboration among early childhood professionals.

Smart Start--An private and public sponsored initiative in North Carolina committed to helping children 0-5 enter school healthy and ready to succeed.

United States Department of Education--Serving as one of the largest repositories of information in education,  this site provides an abundance of resources on the quality of education in the United States.

Zero to Three--This organization's major mission is to promote the healthy development of youch children fro infancy to three.


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Page Last Updated:  July 9, 2005

 

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