In the preceding eight chapters, we reflected on some prominent theories, relevant literature, and conceptual frameworks, as well as corroborated these ideas with analyses of some country examples as case studies. Weaving through the chapters are the three elephants in the room: globalization, localization, and glocalization. Now that we have come to this concluding chapter, it is only fitting that we summarize some major lessons learned especially in relation to these three big concepts, which are salient in early childhood curriculum (ECC) reforms worldwide. Drawing on the various insights featured in this book, we conclude by further emphasizing the importance of applying the idea of glocalization of ECC as the most appropriate and productive solution to the dissonance between global and local forces.