Equity means individuals get what they need to succeed. As early childhood classrooms and programs become increasingly more culturally and linguistically diverse, educators need ideas for connecting with families to learn what children need. The more families are engaged, the better the outcomes for children. Early childhood administrators and teachers can collaborate to create equitable and inclusive learning environments where children and families feel welcome. Building Equitable Early Learning Programs: A Social-Justice Approach gives educators the facts, examples, strategies, and approaches needed to create and sustain programs and practices that can best serve our communities.
- Learn how to adapt culturally inclusive educational practices beyond culturalawareness months and holidays.
- Discover how to use professional learning communities, honest discussions, and reflection to inform real action.
- Find ways to engage authentically and strengthen relationships with the children and families you serve.
- Learn practical strategies to promote inclusivity in your classrooms and programs.