While advocating for access, equity, and change in early childhood classrooms is an important first step, early childhood settings support this advocacy effort on an organizational level.
In two to three pages, complete the following:
- Describe how you will advocate for anti-bias curriculum in your early childhood setting or one in which you might work.
- Explain why anti-bias curriculum should be adopted in in this setting.
- Explain why access and equity at the organizational level are important to developing early childhood programs that help promote the growth and development of children, families, and communities.
- Include a description of at least one organization with whom you might partner to promote access, equity, and social change for young children and families in your early childhood setting or one in which you might work, and explain why you have chosen this organization.