Early childhood educators, services and advocates exploring issues of inclusion and social justice have been getting a lot of negative attention in the media recently, mostly from the conservative newspapers. Why are some media outlets to outraged by exploring rights in early education settings, and how should the sector respond?
Lisa also talks with Dr Red Ruby Scarlet about how she has responded to the recent media interest and why the sector needs people who will publicly champion social justice issues.
09'03" Children's rights and the media
28'41" Dr Red Ruby Scarlet Interview
Find the full shownotes at earlyeducationshow.com
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