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Equity Data and Reports

Significant research has been undertaken to document the effects of structural racism on children birth through eight. These resources can help state advocates demonstrate the crucial need for antiracist early childhood policy.


Access to High-Quality Early Education and Racial Equity

National Institute for Early Education Research — In this policy analysis, NIEER documents that access to high quality ECE in the U.S. is low and unequal. While Black children enroll in center-based ECE at about the same rate as their White Non-Hispanic peers, with higher rates of enrollment in publicly funded programs, the quality of their preschool experiences differs. (June 2020)


Using Disaggregated Data to Inform Policies, Practices, and Decision-making

Annie E. Casey FoundationBy The Numbers: A Race for Results Case Study demonstrates how collecting and analyzing disaggregated race-based data can help leaders and communities effectively manage and allocate resources to help children and families. (March 2016)