A collection of articles from Young Children, NAEYC's award-winning journal. Tied to the forthcoming NAEYC new position statement on equity and diversity, this book includes practical ways teachers can advance equity as they plan learning experiences. Provides tools and guidance educators can use to recognize implicit bias and learn how to develop strategies that create equitable learning opportunities for all children.
About the Author
Cristina Gillanders, PhD, is Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at University of Colorado Denver. She has been involved in the field of early childhood for more than 20 years as a bilingual early childhood teacher, director of an early childhood program, teacher educator, and researcher. Her expertise is centered on young Latino emergent literacy, bilingualism, early childhood teaching practices for Latino dual language learners, and minority parents' beliefs and practices related to young children's learning and development. Rossella Procopio is editor in Books and Related Resources at NAEYC