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Guidelines for culturally-responsive reflective practice in birth-five settings: Version 1

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In an effort to improve culturally-responsive practices in early education settings in Alaska, the Improving Childcare Outcomes Research (ICOR), a collaborative project between CITC and the University of Alaska Anchorage, developed this guide for early childhood educators and programs serving young children and their families. It is aimed at helping educators reflect on and improve their culturally-responsive practices within their local community. The primary purpose of this document is to guide self-reflection of culturally-responsive practices in order to identify areas of strengths and areas for continuous improvement. (author abstract)

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