Some of the anti-discriminatory principles underpinning the book include:
- Inclusive educational practice involves developing empowering relationships built on trust, respect and an appreciation of diversity.
- All children are entitled to equality of access and treatment and to be able to learn from a stimulating culturally appropriate curriculum.
- We have a responsibility to support children’s learning and to help them unlearn the prejudices and discriminatory attitudes they absorb from the world around them.
Louise Derman-Sparks in the foreword suggests:
If you choose the path of undoing discrimination in Early Years care and education, then this wise and informative book is for you.