Join us on Wednesday, November 1 from 3:30–4:30 pm PDT for an equity-centered conversation around diversity and leadership, featuring faculty from UC Berkeley and UCLA and leaders from the field.
About this webinar
How teacher diversity supports diverse students and families in early childhood education
Early educational experiences are essential for promoting children’s long term wellbeing, and often provide an introduction into formal schooling for children and families. For children and families of color, or for children and families who speak a heritage language, these early experiences and their interactions with educators may be of particular importance. This talk will discuss what we know about how teachers contribute to child and family experiences in early childhood education, how teacher-child racial ethnic match may play a role, how policy shapes the diversity of the early education workforce, and how leaders can think about cultivating spaces that support diverse children and families.
P3 Alignment Coordinator, Contra Costa County Office of Education
Assistant Principal, Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary and Visual and Arts Performance Magnet, LAUSD
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