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Positive racial identity development in early education: Understanding PRIDE in Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh School of Education's Office of Child Development, Center for Urban Education, and the Supporting Early Education and Development (SEED) Lab partnered to conduct an environmental scan to identify promising practices that support positive racial identity development in early education (PRIDE). The scan sought information from national literature, experts in the field, and local stakeholders, including parents, teachers, educators, and funders, with the goal of developing recommendations for implementation in Pittsburgh that could be used as a model for other cities nationally. (author abstract)
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United States

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