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Including autism: Confronting inequitable practices in a toddler classroom


Through this work we seek to start a conversation about how teachers negotiate competing discourses and practices around autism in an inclusive early childhood setting. From our experiences, we have come to form a more critical, reflexive perspective in our practice and our understandings of the early childhood field. (author abstract)

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