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Delivering on the promise of effective early childhood education for black children

The National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) launched the "Delivering on the Promise of Effective Early Childhood Education for Black Children: Eliminating Exclusionary Discipline and Concentrating on Inclusion" national campaign in 2017. This initiative is designed to dismantle the foundation of America's preschool to prison pipeline: the rising rates of suspensions and expulsions in early childhood education (ECE). Through this initiative, NBCDI is supporting advocates and policymakers nationally who are seeking to ensure equal access to education for all young children by eliminating suspensions and expulsions in early childhood education and implementing positive discipline practices. (author abstract)
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