Aims and scope

Educational programs serving very young children have become increasingly complex, diverse, and comprehensive. Early Childhood Education Journal is a professional publication for early childhood practitioners, such as classroom teachers, child care providers, and teacher educators, all of whom are dedicated to the education and care of young children, ages birth through eight. Peer reviewed articles cover curriculum, child care programs, administration, teacher preparation, professional development, family-school relationships, social justice and equity issues, health and wellness, nutrition, facilities, special needs, infant/toddler programs, child development, advocacy, best practices in pedagogy, and more.

Areas of Emphasis:

International studies;
Educational programs in diverse settings;
Projects demonstrating inter-professional collaboration;
Qualitative and quantitative research and case studies;
Theory, research, and practice relating to professional development;
Family support and community action programs.