The institute, being offered at no charge to the public, is sponsored by the New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children.
For many years, the association has hosted an annual public policy institute in Santa Fe at the start of the state's legislative session.
This year reportedly they have decided to support additional opportunities for community collaboration and engagement with early childhood public policy initiatives throughout the state.
The featured speaker is Gunilla Dahlberg, a professor in the Department of Child and Youth Studies at Stockholm University in Sweden and an internationally recognized researcher.
Dahlberg co-authored Beyond Quality in Early Childhood Education and Ethics and Politics in Education.
Dahlberg will be speaking about multiculturalism and communication, and how different cultures are changed and transformed as they interact with each other.
Anyone interested should register for the no-cost Fall Early Childhood Public Policy Institute by noon Monday, November 9, 2015.
You can register or find out more information by logging on to www.nmaeyc.org.