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Racial Profiling Starts in Preschool and Now I Have Another Reason to Worry About My Son

Post by Wendy Robinson. I was driving into work this morning when a story on NPR caught my attention. This story described research that uncovered that preschool teachers are, often unknowingly, paying extra attention to African-American children, especially boys. This attention isn't in the form of academic or social support. Instead, it is extra time spent observing to see if they are causing trouble or acting out behaviorally.
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