Developing and Teaching an Anti-Bias Curriculum in a K-5 School: Leadership, Teachers’, and Young Children’s Experiences.

Kimura, Anna M.


  • Abstract: In US schools, a common colorblind philosophy assumes that early-childhood-aged children (ages 3-8) do not see differences among people, and thus these differences do not need to be discussed (Hirschfeld, 2012). However, young children do in fact see differences among people, even as early as three months old (Sangrigoli & Schonen, 2004), and by preschool begin to believe that biased bel... read more
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