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A social justice approach to diverse families
This chapter is written to support the work of early childhood teacher educators as they strive to prepare future teachers for strong and meaningful relationships with families. The social justice approach, the foundation of this chapter, is one that embraces differences, inquires into strengths, critiques bias and unfairness, and opens spaces of opportunity and respect for families. (author abstract)
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