(2016). Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTA Center)
(2011). Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)
(2011). NAEYC and NACCRRA.
(2011). NAEYC and the Alliance of Early Childhood Teacher Educators.
(retrieved February 2015). Child Welfare Information Gateway.
This Glossary identifies commonly held definitions for terms that can be found on the Child Welfare Information Gateway website. It defines common acronyms and includes links to information on major Federal legislation and related child welfare terms. Also available: Child Welfare Terms, English to Spanish and Términos del bienestar de menores, Del español al inglés
(2012). MCH Navigator at Georgetown University.
(2008). ZERO TO THREE.
This online glossary from ZERO TO THREE defines commonly used federal and state legislative terms and acronyms, and effective advocacy terms and techniques for those in the infant-toddler field.
(retrieved June 2014). The IRIS Center.
This online glossary from the IRIS Center contains terms related to the field of special education and includes a helpful cross-referencing feature.
(retrieved June 2014). University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability.
This online glossary provides definitions of terms frequently used in early childhood special education. It includes the Navajo translations for each term, as well as audio access to spoken pronunciations.
(2011). Region 1 Parent Technical Assistance Center.
This Spanish glossary of educational terms related to the implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is the result of the collective and collaborative efforts of 18 Parent Centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). It was developed to ensure that IDEA terms used in documents for parents are translated in a uniform and comprehensible way across states, geographical regions, and communities of Spanish speakers.