Leadership and Social Justice
Now that you have explored what social justice means and its crucial connection to the field of early childhood education, it is important to reflect on social justice as a leader in the field. In Week 2 we discussed your responsibilities as a professional and how ethics plays an important part in your leadership role. For this post you will take this one step further and connect professionalism and ethics to social justice.
For your initial post:
Hyland, N. E. (2010). Social justice in early childhood classrooms: What the research tells us (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. [PDF file]. Young Children. Retrieved from http://ececompsat.org/
Kuby, C. R. (2013). Critical inquiry in early childhood education: A teacher’s exploration.
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