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

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 instructed to watch video clips of children in a classroom setting and look for indications of “challenging behavior.” The clips did Keep Reading ?
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