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racial literacy in preschool

Apr 01, 2021 2021-04-01

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14 Priorities for Dismantling Systemic Racism in Early Childcare and Education

A recent report by the Children’s Equity Project at Arizona State University’s Center for Child and Family Success offers steps to strengthen equity and access in early education. Equitable learning systems provide access to resources, opportunities, and experiences to children and families that result in positive outcomes that are not associated with children’s demographic characteristics, the report says. They actively and continuously identify and intentionally eliminate manifestations of systemic racism and other forms of oppression. The report also argues for the inclusion of family childcare providers and home-based settings as critical toward developing an equitable system. These settings, the report states, “have historically had less access to systemic resources.”

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