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      Register for the 2015 Annual Conference & Expo!
      Join us Nov 18-21 in Orlando, FL! The Early Bird deadline ends on Sept 25, so register now for the greatest savings!

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      Apply for a Scholarship
      We are now accepting applications for the Lasting Legacy Scholarship to attend the 2015 Annual Conference & Expo in Orlando, FL. 

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      New NAEYC Video: Our Vision

      NAEYC believes in professional excellence and a world where every child gets a strong start. Let's make that world a reality, together.

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      A Conversation About Play
      Is play merely something fun that all children engage in "just because"? Or is it a way in which children learn?
       
      Summer Learning for Teachers
      Discover new approaches, new learning activities, & explore strategies for your teaching toolbox

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      NAEYC's Strategic Direction

      Learn more about our plans as we continue to advance the early learning profession.
       
      NAEYC For Families
      Summer learning, falling in love with reading, what to look for in a program and more!

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