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World Forum at NAEYC
November 14, 2002

"To change one's life: Start immediately. Do it flamboyantly. No exceptions." —William James


On Friday, November 22, Child Care Information Exchange and the International Step by Step Association are co-sponsoring a World Forum Seminar at the NAEYC Convention in New York City (Marriott Marquis. Julliard/Imperial Room, 1:30-3:30pm). At the World Forum on Early Care and Education, early childhood leaders from 80 nations discuss challenges in providing quality services for children and families in diverse settings. In this World Forum Seminar, two World Forum participants will share their experiences and perspectives in promoting early childhood services under most challenging conditions. Dina Aikzhanova from Kazakhstan will describe her agency’s efforts to launch early childhood programs centered around instilling values inherent in a democratic way of life in a former Soviet nation. Andrew Ikupu from Papua New Guinea will describe his efforts to preserve indigenous cultures in over 800 communities through the establishment of early childhood centers.

To learn up-to-date details on the World Forum, go to www.ChildCareExchange.com.


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