On June 7, we joined 540 national and state organizations, including many NAEYC affiliates, in writing a letter to the Department of Homeland Security clearly stating our opposition to the zero-tolerance practice of separating children from their parents
Reflecting NAEYC’s commitment to periodically revising and updating its core position statements, we’ve worked hard to reflect the knowledge from research and practice that has emerged over the last decade since DAP was last revised.
In this article, we aim to support teachers by sharing our experiences creating, managing, and sustaining developmentally appropriate opportunities for meaningful talk in prekindergarten classrooms with multilingual learners.
Mary E. Bolt, Carmen M. Rodriguez, Christopher J. Wagner, C. Patrick Proctor
This issue of Young Children takes you inside several multilingual classrooms for in-depth, practical examples of how to enhance social, emotional, scientific, language, and literacy development with children who are learning more than one language.
We are excited to share a summary of the event held in July 2018, “Leading and Working Toward Equity: Leadership Summit”, which includes attendee reflections and actions from after the event. Read the report and learn more about our Equity initiative!
Creating equitable learning opportunities for young children is at the core of NAEYC’s mission. Learn about recent NAEYC initiatives, including the draft Position Statement on Advancing Equity and the summary of the Leading & Working toward Equity Summit.