A Practical Guide to Equal Opportunities
A Practical Guide to Equal Opportunities is the essential guide for all students of child-care and care-related courses. Using the familiar and popular style of teh series, the book successfully integrates the concepts of equality of opportunity with everyday examples from the care setting. Written by an experienced lecturer and practitioner, this book is the first and only book on this subject written specifically for child-care students.
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1989 Children Act activities adults anti-sexist practices approach appropriate attitudes aware behaviour boys and girls carers challenge child childcare worker childminders children with disabilities children with special Code of Practice culture curriculum Disability Discrimination Disability Discrimination Act discuss Early Years Action early years setting education authority employer employment environment equal opportunities policy equal rights legislation ethnic example families gender roles godda hidden curriculum Hyacinth identify implementing indirect discrimination individual inequality KEY POINT language local education authority negative stereotyping nursery nurse observational learning organisation parents participate Partnership person placement positive action prejudice Race Relations Act racial discrimination racial harassment racism reinforce responsibilities School Action SENCO Sex Discrimination Act sexual discrimination sexual harassment social social learning theory socialisation society special educational needs special needs staff Statement of Special statutory assessment teacher theory words young children