How Policy Can Maximize Children’s Potential by Addressing Systemic Racism

Education Commission of the States | Al Race 

“The evidence is clear and growing: structural, cultural, and interpersonal racism impose unique and substantial stressors on the daily lives of families raising young children of color that affect lifelong learning and health.”

In a society that improves the well-being of all children and families, new policies should consider and aim to dismantle the structural inequities that have constrained many under-resourced communities, writes Al Race, deputy director and chief knowledge officer for the Harvard Center of the Developing Child.

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