The 2014 World Forum on Early Care and Education was a great success! In attendance were 841 early childhood professionals from 81 nations from Afghanistan to Argentina, from Myranmar to Montenegro, from China to Colombia. Delegates had a wide range of experiences. They….
- Networked with 840 early childhood advocates from diverse professions from 81 countries across the globe
- Were provoked to take action through plenary presentations on world issues, including climate change, immigration, child rights, poverty, post-2015 Millennium Development Goals
- Were inspired by program presentations about great and important work that is being done now
- Joined WoFoNet, the newly launched World Forum Foundation web-based professional network
- Toured early childhood programs and cultural centers near San Juan to learn about early childhood in Puerto Rico
- Engaged in dialogue formally in sessions and informally during breaks, meals, and exercise
- Sang the new World Forum song, danced to songs from 30 nations, and enjoyed delegate performances
- Played with blocks and with technology
- Created memories and memory books
- Built amazing structures with building blocks
- Developed relationships that will last a lifetime
Watch for announcements regarding reports, videos, and presentation materials from the 2014 World Forum.
View the press release about the 2014 World Forum.