The primary focus of this special issue of Young Children is teachers’ decision making and actions within the social and cultural context of developmentally appropriate practice as it pertains to Black children.
This article outlines some of the factors that contribute to the achievement gap between African Americans and White Americans and ends with recommendations for educators, administrators, and policy makers to help equalize educational opportunities.
Barbara T. Bowman James P. Comer David J. Johns
At NAEYC we’re gearing up to celebrate Week of the Young Child.™ From April 16 through April 20, we’ll join together with affiliates, NAEYC accredited programs, families, and most importantly, YOU to spotlight the critical work of early childhood educator
Being an early childhood administrator can be challenging but also professionally and personally rewarding because it provides the opportunity to develop lasting and meaningful relationships with families and the community.