To gain a comprehensive understanding of children’s identities, the study is comprised of two complementary surveys that were created in conjunction with an expert panel of scholars, practitioners, and child development specialists. The first is a nationally representative survey of 6,070 parents of children ages 3 to 12. The second is a nationally representative survey of 1,046 educators of children in preschool through fifth grade. Each survey focuses on attitudes, experiences, and approaches to talking to children about six social identities: race and ethnicity, gender, country of origin, religion or religious beliefs, social class, and family make-up. (author abstract)
Identity matters: Parents’ and educators’ perceptions of children’s social identity development
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