Since the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus outbreak as a global pandemic in March, a crisis continues to escalate, affecting individuals, families and communities around the
The deadline for case studies and literature to inform two studies being conducted by the Initiative has been extended to April 1, 2020.
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January 2020 began a new phase of the Early Childhood Workforce Initiative, launched by ISSA and R4D in 2016 to support those who work with children ages 0 to 8 and their families.
The Initiative recently brought together country delegations from 9 countries, as well as representatives of Regional Networks and civil society organizations for a global meeting.
Childhood Education Innovations published by Child Education International features the Early Childhood Workforce Initiative in their November/December 2019 issue.