Preventing Expulsion from Preschool and Child Care
Young children are being expelled from preschool and child care programs at an astonishing rate.
This practice deprives young children of the benefit of early childhood education and may leave unaddressed the mental health issues that lead to challenging behaviors.
Because of challenging behaviors such as aggression, tantrums, and noncompliance, young children are deprived of the benefits of early childhood education.
Learn how to better support social and emotional development to prevent the expulsion of young children from educational settings.
ZERO TO THREE provides you with a myriad of resources, including videos you can use in your own presentations.
Exploring Implicit Bias
These videos were taken at the “What’s Behind Preschool Expulsion? Exploring Implicit Bias, Part II” held on March 30, 2017.
Behind Preschool Expulsion
These videos were taken at the “What’s Behind Preschool Expulsion” Congressional briefing, held on June 11, 2015.
High expulsion rates are also an indicator that we are not helping parents and caregivers, starting from birth, to support the positive social and emotional development that is the foundation for all learning, future relationships, and school readiness.