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Elevating cultural and linguistic diversity within collaborative assessment considerations for all families

Presenter(s) Blanchard, S., Vinh, M. E., Cummings-Sangutei, K., Hurley, J., Acar, S.
Date October 5, 2017
Presented at Division for Early Childhood’s Annual Conference on Young Children with Special Needs & Their Families
Citation Blanchard, S., Vinh, M. E., Cummings-Sangutei, K., Hurley, J., Acar, S. (2017, October). Elevating cultural and linguistic diversity within collaborative assessment considerations for all families. Ignite Session. Division for Early Childhood’s Annual Conference on Young Children with Special Needs & Their Families. Portland, OR.

Abstract

Presenters discuss supporting fair, accurate assessment practices for young children from a wide range of cultures and countries of origin, including multi-language learners. Preparing for family partnerships with a focused understanding on development through culture, children with and without special needs can be included and receive needed supports and services.

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