The Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP) at the University of British Columbia has released its first ever EDI provincial report for BC. Continue reading BC EDI Provincial Report released
New research published in Anesthesiology linked EDI data with early health records to determine the role of early surgery in child development. Continue reading Does early surgery affect child development?
The 2016 edition of the Bernard van Leer Foundation’s journal, Early Childhood Matters, was recently published, featuring a chapter on using the Early Development Instrument to monitor the development of all children. Continue reading EDI featured in 2016 edition of Early Childhood Matters
Identifying children with poor health and development early is essential for providing effective interventions capable of improving outcomes by the time children reach school age. Continue reading How early life characteristics predict later development
The EDI team is excited to announce the release of a new special issue of Early Childhood Research Quarterly, dedicated solely to research involving the Early Development Instrument. Continue reading ECRQ Special Issue features EDI research
Ontario has released its Poverty Reduction Strategy 2015 Annual Report, featuring data from the Early Development Instrument. Continue reading EDI data featured in Poverty Reduction Strategy report
Australia’s Northern Territory has the country’s smallest population, but the highest proportion of the population living in remote or very remote areas. Continue reading Early influences on development in Australia’s Northern Territory
The EDI team is very proud to releasea new video highlighting the EDI and the importance of the early years . Continue reading The EDI and the Early Years video