Recognize and respect the unique value of every individual’s culture, family structure, language, race, gender, ability, religion, and economic class.


Take a holistic approach to understanding the impact of racism and inequity on the early childhood community. We will do this by:

  • Building collaborative relationships between families and early childhood professionals to support all children with equitable opportunities.
  • Recognizing individual backgrounds and our own biases (implicit and explicit) to meet children and families where they are and provide differing levels of support depending on individual need.
  • Providing training and support for early childhood professionals to foster success and maximize each child’s potential.

Next Circle meeting | February 28, 2024 starting at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom CLICK HERE to Join Us

The Equity Circle has a new Facebook Group to have ongoing conversations and share resources. It is found HERE.

The recording from the January 24 meeting with guest presenter Sam Cipolla, PT, DPT on Accessible Parks is now available for viewing HERE.

Won't you join the conversation? To be added to the Circle email announcement list email HERE.

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