On May 20th, ISSA Member Step by Step Centre for Education and Professional Development,(CEDP) Bucharest, Romania hosted a powerfully successful one-day conference: "Public-private partnerships for early education, a chance for Romania's competitiveness".


As earlier reported on ISSA News, the 1st Early Childhood Action Conference is taking place in Paris Conference, June 6- 7th. As part of a special promotion they have made 30 seats available at 100 Euros for motivated students in ECEC field.


This latest report from the Brooking Institute demonstrates how countries are grappling with how to scale quality education for their children and youth.


ISSA is excited and proud to announce two of the Keynote Speakers for ISSA Conference 2016 Early Childhood in Times of Rapid Change, was chosen as the title for the 2016 Annual Conference as a way of enabling the early childhood community of experts to discuss, explore and learn


The World Bank’s Annual Spring Meeting will for the 1st time, in its history since 1946, host a session on ECD. The Spring Meetings are a global forum where Ministers of Finance and Treasury gather to discuss key issues of global development.


ISSA Secretariat and members express their heartfelt congratulations to Step by Step Macedonia on the 15th anniversary of their foundation.


Over the last half century, the Bernard van Leer Foundation (BvLF) has worked in more than 50 countries and invested over half a billion dollars toward our mission: to improve opportunities for young children (0-8) growing up with social and economic disadvantage.


ISSA is a learning community powered by its members and every year we give our members an exclusive opportunity to learn from each other directly. ISSA's Peer Learning Activities are considered as high valued by the membership and 2015 was the most succesful and ambitious year to date.


Societies across the globe are experiencing rapid changes which affect children, their families and the practitioners working alongside them.


The segregation of Romani and Traveller children in schools and the prejudice inflicted on many Romani families across Europe has been brought sharply into focus over the last few years.