Presentation Title

Achieving Equity and Justice in Early Childhood

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Type of Presentation

Regular Session

Topic Category

Strand 8: Family Child Care Track

Targeted Age Group

Toddler

Targeted Audience

Early Intervention Providers

Brief Session Description

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Full Session Description

The session is designed to help early childhood professionals understand the structural barriers based on race that impact young children’s educational experiences as well as their long-term outcomes. The goals of this session are (1) create a shared language to discuss racial equity in early childhood (2) to generate a paradigm shift in how we educate all young children,(3) gain a deeper understanding of the root causes that create systems and power structures that create inequities in education for Black children and other children of color. Participants will learn about the basics of racial equity and justice, including what it is and the structural barriers within early childhood programs that perpetuate disparate outcomes for Black children and other children of color. Information also will be provided about the role of implicit bias and structural racism and how to address equity within early learning settings through a system change approach. Attendees will be provided with many opportunities to participate, including small and large group activities.

Start Date

23-1-2021 12:15 PM

End Date

23-1-2021 1:00 PM

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Jan 23rd, 12:15 PM Jan 23rd, 1:00 PM

Achieving Equity and Justice in Early Childhood

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