Asia’s Largest Early Childhood Conference – Early Ed Asia 2019 Begins Today

Starting today, Jaipur will host the Early Ed Asia 2019. This two day educational event, touted to be Asia’s largest conference on Early Childhood will be held at the pink city’s most revered heritage structure – The iconic City Palace.

Early Ed Asia 2019

Conceived and presented by Early Childhood Association (ECA) and ScooNews under the patronage of the Royal Family of Jaipur, the conference will bring together the brightest minds in Early Childhood Education on 12th and 13th February to discuss the latest trends in teaching and research to provide a stronger foundation to our children.

It is the first time that a conference of this magnitude is organised around early childhood education in India. Over 600 eminent early childhood educators, policy makers, researchers and other stakeholders from India and foreign countries will be attending the conference. Special delegations of educators from Asia, Europe and the US will be in attendance.

Dr. Swati Popat Vats, President, ECA shared, “Early years are the most important time as the foundation provided in these formative years stands in good stead with the child for life. Yet ironically, not enough is being done in the domain. Through this conference ECA aims to spark debates, encourage sharing of best practices and institute widely accepted procedures amongst early childhood educators.”

Mr. Ravi Santlani, CEO, ScooNews said, “After successfully bringing divergent topics in the education domain to the fore, we thought it was the right time to encourage a discussion on Early Childhood Education. It is a privilege to associate with ECA to present Early Ed Asia 2019.”

Signing off, Mr. Ravi Santlani said, “We are extremely happy to host this iconic event at an equally iconic venue -The City Palace, Jaipur. The Royal Family of Jaipur has always patronised education for all and has so graciously opened up the Palace for a wonderful set of inspired discussions and hopefully far reaching future decisions.”

Via NewsVoir

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