Childhood Education International (CE International)
1892-07-25 Saratoga Springs NY USA
25 Jul 1892, Saratoga Springs NY (USA), as International Kindergarten Union (IKU). Merged, 1931, with (US) 'National Council of Primary Education (NCPE)', to form Association for Childhood Education. Present name adopted 1946. Incorporated in District of Columbia (USA). In Spanish also referred to as Asociación Internacional de Educación Infantil.
Promote the inherent rights, education and well-being of all children in home, school and community; work for desirable conditions, programmes and practices for children from infancy through early adolescence; bring into active cooperation all individuals and groups concerned with children; raise the standard of preparation for all of those actively involved with the care and development of children; encourage continuous professional growth of educators; focus the attention of the public on the rights and needs of children and the ways in which various programmes must be adjusted to fit those rights and needs.
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