Building Equitable Learning Opportunities for Young Children

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Image courtesy of Manierre Elementary School

Image courtesy of Manierre Elementary School

Be sure you check out this Fred Roger’s Center blog post by Shelley Pasnik. In this post, Pasnik connects recent news events of Maya Angelou, media making, and money and explains that “as a broad community of researchers, producers, and child advocates” we should “double-down on our pursuit of bold, imaginative questions and seeing the answers to these questions through.”

To help us move forward in this discussion, her post challenges us to consider ways we can build equitable learning opportunities for young children by provoking us with her thoughtful and insightful questions on topics of research, professional development, media mediators, and young children’s non-coginitve skills.

Read the full blog post “Six Questions for the EdTech Field to Think About When Designing for the 0 to 8 Set” on the Fred Roger’s Center Blog.


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