About the Young Exceptional Children Monograph Series

 

DEC's Young Exceptional Children Monograph Series offers rich resources for use in coursework, training, technical assistance, and other forms of professional development. Each monograph is organized around a current theme related to supporting young children of diverse abilities and their families. Inside each monograph are articles on evidence-based practices, individual perspectives and exciting new perspectives, all followed by a section of high-quality, no/low-cost resources (Resources Within Reason) on the same topic. 

Archived YEC Monographs are available as digital resources in the DEC bookstore. View all available YEC Monographs here. 

 

YEC Monograph 18: International Perspectives on Early Intervention, Early Childhood Special Education

Building on U.N. frameworks and evidence-based practice, countries across the globe are recognizing the need to provide timely, high-quality early intervention (EI) and inclusive early childhood special education (ECSE) services. Monograph 18 highlights innovative international EI/ECSE approaches that address rights, access, equitable service delivery, DEC Recommended Practices, and inclusive early childhood education.

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Serra Acar, Hollie Hix-Small, Tara McLaughlin