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  • Dear Hello Community-- Thank you all for carefully following our code of conduct  in your discussion on Hello.  All communications in the Hello space should embody NAEYC's mission, ethics, ... More

  • I think this is a great time to take a look at and really consider some of what is in the NAEYC Code of Ethics. There are multiple points that I think address this issue. http://www.naeyc.org/files/naeyc/image/public_policy/Ethics%20Position%20Statement2011_09202013update.pdf ... More

  • Hello All! Recently I was tasked with creating training workshops on young children and race, culture, inclusion, and implicit bias. Needless to say, I had to prepare myself differently than with previous ... More

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    RE: Charlottesville

    The Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville turned into a riot because the far left wanted to create a riot.  The two sides that were fighting were the white supremisists against Antifa and BLM (paid ... More

  • If you google "Are preschool graduation ceremonies developmentally appropriate?" you will find many interesting viewpoints on this, with most supporting the view that full blown ceremonies with caps and ... More

  • ​Hi Jack and others, I, too, am fascinated by this discussion.  My own work focuses on nurturing children's wonder, awe, and empathy by looking at spiritual development.  In my research in finding a definition ... More

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Diversity and Equity Education for Adults Interest Forum
The DEAA forum invites to share your questions and resources related to anti-bias education in the open forum. Pro tip: Tag your items with the DEEA keyword! Learn how here

Key Resources from the DEEA Resource Library:
NAEYC Statement on Implicit Bias Research
Topics Page: Engaging Diverse Families
Bias Isn't Just A Police Problem, It's A Preschool Problem