After thirty years of working with children from diverse
backgrounds, the author has seen first hand the consequences of
inadequate training, misguided practices, neglect,
misunderstanding, and even outright bigotry on the life forces of
bright, curious, and highly verbal children who happen to have been
born into poverty. Their eagerness to learn and to participate in a
social community, their youthful quirkiness and delight in the
mysteries of the world--these can all be muted before they ever
begin formal schooling. However, well-crafted early education
programs staffed by qualified and caring educators can successfully
partner with families who speak little English and joyfully educate
young children and prepare them for the rigors of formal academic
instruction. This book draws on the author's experience to provide
all practitioners with research-based strategies and practices that
they need to educate ALL children successfully.
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