Discover how Head Start and Early Head Start staff can talk about race with toddlers and preschoolers.
Resources here cover topics related to fair and just treatment for all children, families, and those who support them — enabling everyone to achieve their full potential.
These resources promote an equity-focused mindset. They emphasize the importance of consistent, systemic, and fair access to comprehensive services and systems for everyone, including chronically underserved populations.
Explore information about creating respectful, inclusive environments that invite and honor the diverse perspectives of staff and families in service of moving forward together.
Examine how the Multicultural Principles for Early Childhood Leaders support Head Start management systems and help you honor culture, diversity, inclusion, and equity when developing program goals and objectives.
Explore children's understanding of race and identity development. Discover strategies to promote anti-bias practices through supportive interactions and activities with children.
In this webinar, learn how coaches build collaborative partnerships that can act as a safe space for exploring implicit bias in teaching and home visiting practices.
Watch the Advancing Racial and Ethnic Equity in Head Start Webinar Series for anti-bias and anti-racism strategies Head Start and Early Head Start programs can use in their practices, services, and systems.
The PFCE Framework identifies key drivers for positive and goal-oriented relationships. Equity, inclusiveness, and cultural and linguistic responsiveness are important to integrate throughout the system.
In 1965, a panel of experts produced a set of recommendations (known as the Cooke Report), for an anti-poverty early childhood education program that would be comprehensive in its approach.