Skip navigation




Tuesday, Dec 11
11 years 12 weeks ago

To: The Early Child Development Community within The Drum Beat network

From: Julie Levy


Hello and best wishes. The Bernard van Leer Foundation (BvLF) has a new website making available each issue of its flagship publication Early Childhood Matters.

You can access the website here:
Here you can find “The impact of public violence on children: the current state of research”, “Measuring quality and using it to improve practice and policy in early childhood development”, and “Working with youth to improve the built environment”, among a host of other critical issues on the needs of young children.

There are links to each full publication by title, available in both English and Spanish. Also, the articles are archived in categories according to the three focus topics of BvLF:
Quality early learning
Healthy environments
Reducing violence

Please do share with us the issue or article that most addresses your work in early childhood development.

If you see views that are confirmed by your experience, would you reply here and tell us how they are linked?

Do you find a perspective or project that particularly gives you an insight into your work? Please let us know.

To contribute and share your insights and knowledge simply reply by email to this message and/or click the Read More link below, log in and comment)

Those of us who follow what is happening in the field of early childhood development very much look forward to you sharing your insights based on your valuable experience in support of everyone's work in this field.

Thanks - Julie

Julie Levy
The Communication Initiative

Early Child Development
Need help?

Case Tracker

The case tracker gives you a way to track progress on your projects and assign cases to yourself and others.

  • Add projects to keep your cases organized.
  • Add cases to assign tasks or assignments to yourself and others for completion.
  • Cases can be reassigned, postponed, and closed, among other actions.
  • The history of a case - who it's been assigned to, its status and its priority - can be tracked viewing its comment thread.