“As part of its mission to advance excellent teaching in American schools, Annenberg Learner funds and distributes educational video programs – with coordinated online and print materials – for the professional development of K-12 teachers. Many programs are also intended for students in the classroom and viewers at home, with videos that exemplify excellent teaching…. K-12 educators, students, and lifelong learners may access Annenberg Learner resources for free at Learner.org. Colleges and universities must purchase a license to use Learner materials in their courses.
"As a private philanthropy based in Baltimore and working across the country, we make grants that help federal agencies, states, counties, cities and neighborhoods create more innovative, cost-effective responses to the issues that negatively affect children: poverty, unnecessary disconnection from family and communities with limited access to opportunity."
"The mission of the Center for Best Practices in Early Childhood Education is to promote family-centered, research-based practices designed to improve educational opportunities for all young children."
"The Early Childhood and Parenting (ECAP) Collaborative is home to a number of projects that focus on educating and raising young children. ECAP hosts research, technical assistance, and service projects."
"Early Childhood Today has made the transition from print magazine to a more expansive presence online in order to better service early childhood professionals. Through this website, we can offer free access to our incredible archive filled with over 22 years of rich early childhood information from among the top experts in the field."
"The Office of Early Learning (OEL) and the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) have primary responsibility for the department’s key early learning investments and the Deputy Assistant Secretary on Policy and Early Learning in the OEL is responsible for leading and coordinating ED’s early learning agenda by collaborating across various program offices."
"Reggio Children – International Center for the Defense and Promotion of the Rights and Potentials of All Children – is a mixed public-private company established in 1994 on the initiative of Loris Malaguzzi and the commitment of a group of local citizens, with the aim to manage the educational and cultural exchange initiatives that had been taking place for many years between the municipal early childhood institutions of Reggio Emilia and a large number of educators and researchers from around the world."
"The purposes of the Society shall be to stimulate and support research, to encourage cooperation among individuals engaged in the scientific study of child development, to encourage applications of research findings, and to do anything reasonably in furtherance of, or incidental to, the foregoing."
"Join the Technology and Young Children Interest Forum, a network of early care and education professionals who are committed to promote the developmentally appropriate use of technology in the early years by leading discussions, sharing research, information and demonstrating evidence-based practices."