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Implicit bias may help explain high preschool expulsion rates for black children

Academics / General Science : Physorg: Other Sciences

Preschool teachers and staff show signs of implicit bias in administering discipline, but the race of the teacher plays a big role in the outcome, according to research conducted by the Yale Child Study Center. The results help expl...

Preschool teachers may be racially bias against students, a new study found

Lifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Going off to preschool is a big moment in a child's life, but a new study found that these children may be exposed to racial bias in their preschool classes — through their teachers. Researchers from the Yale University Child Study ...

Bias Isn't Just A Police Problem, It's A Preschool Problem

Ethnicity & Race / African American : New Black Man

'A new study by researchers at Yale found that pre-K teachers, White and Black alike, spend more time watching black boys -- expecting trouble. NPR's Cory Turner reports.' -- +NPR

The Kids Don’t Stand a Chance; Study Says Racial Bias Starts in Preschool

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Black And Married With Kids

A report from the Yale University Child Study Center found that preschool teachers and staff show signs of implicit racial bias when disciplining students and anticipating misbehavior. In the study, over 130 educators were instructe...

Yale study suggests racial bias among preschool teachers

United States / Washington D.C. : Washington Post: Local

Teachers are more likely to expect young black children -- especially young black boys -- to misbehave, according to a new Yale study: "Implicit biases do not begin with black men and police. They begin with black preschoolers and t...

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