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NAEYC - National Association for the Education of Young Children
Find learning ideas, activities, articles, books and more about young children's learning and development on a wide range of topics of interest to all early childhood educators including preschool, and pre-K teachers, college educators, trainers, and center directors.
Association for Early Learning Leaders
Early Learning Leader's goal is to strengthen the knowledge, skills and abilities of early care directors, owners, emerging leaders and other early learning professionals to ensure quality child care programs for young children.
American Montessori Society (AMS)
The American Montessori Society (AMS) is the foremost advocate for quality Montessori education, an innovative, child-centered approach to learning. AMS sets the high professional standards that inform Montessori education as practiced in AMS-accredited schools and taught in AMS-affiliated teacher education programs
National Head Start Association (NHSA)
NHSA's vision is to lead - to be the untiring voice that will not be quiet until every vulnerable child is served with the Head Start model of support for the whole child, the family and the community - and to advocate - to work diligently for policy and institutional changes that ensure all vulnerable children and families have what they need to succeed. NHSA's mission is to coalesce, inspire, and support the Head Start field as a leader in early childhood development and education.
Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children
The leading organization in Michigan that addresses early childhood education. It speaks with authority and through its activism inspires others to advocate for young children. Michigan AEYC creates coalitions that address common concerns and works collaboratively with allied organizations to address common goals.
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