Early Childhood Education

The World Forum on Early Care and Education

 

The World Forum on Early Care and Education is a biennial conference designed to promote an on-going global exchange of ideas on the delivery of quality services for children in diverse settings. The World Forum has two goals for delegates: first, that they acquire a wealth of new ideas and new perspectives to enrich their work; and second, that they develop meaningful relationships that continue into the future with their peers from other nations. The first five World Forums have attracted an average of 500 delegates from eighty nations. The primary audience of the World Forum is early childhood professionals working in organizations or settings where services are delivered to young children. Early childhood trainers, consultants, advocates, researchers, and public officials also have benefited from attending the World Forum. The World Forum is organized by the World Forum Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation. For details, go to www.worldforumfoundation.org.

Bonnie Neugebauer and Roger Neugebauer