Why we must incorporate diversity and inclusion in early years education

Alicia Wilkins, early years educator and tiney home nursery leader
Thursday, November 26, 2020

Diversity has been at the heart of many conversations this year, and should be at the heart of early years education, says childminder and early years educator Alicia Wilkins

Alicia Wilkins: 'For those children who, for whatever reason, have internalised and branded their differences, we must create spaces in which those myths can be dispelled'
Alicia Wilkins: 'For those children who, for whatever reason, have internalised and branded their differences, we must create spaces in which those myths can be dispelled'

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