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The following four documents can be found at:

Science and literacy in the elementary classroom (The Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat/Ontario Association of Deans of Education; Elliott, 2010)

Reading fluency (The Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat, 2010; Capacity Building Series)

Let’s talk about listening (The Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat, 2009; Capacity Building Series )

A world of words: Enhancing vocabulary development for English Language  Learners (The Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat, 2009; Capacity Building Series)

Early childhood education: A global scenario. A study conducted by the Education International ECE Task Force (June, 2010). Available at:

The following international early years report are now posted on the EYEON website at:

Families count: Profiling Canada’s families (The Vanier Institute of the Family). Report available for download at:

Children’s access to print material and education-related outcomes: Findings from a meta-analytic review [Lindsay, 2010; Learning Point Associates for Reading is Fundamental (RIF)]. The report is available at:

The eceLINK (summer 2010) of the Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario (AECEO) is available at:

Reprinted with permission.

Vital communities, vital support: How well do Canada’s communities support parents of young children? Phase 2 report: What parents tell us (Crill Russell, Birnbaum, Avison, & Ioannone, n.d.; Invest in Kids). Effective today, Invest in Kids will be winding down their operations due to the economic downturn. More information is available at:

The report, Early learning and care impact analysis (2010) was prepared by The Centre for Spatial Economics (Robert Fairholm) for the Atkinson Charitable Foundation. The report can be downloaded at:

An updated and revised version of Improving the odds: Healthy child development (6th edition, 2010) has been released. The document was developed by the Ontaro College of Family Physicians, in partnership with McMaster University Department of Family Medicine, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, Public Health Units of Toronto and Niagara, and the Government of Ontario. The document and the accompanying appendix are both available at: