NBCDI Launches Community of Practice Initiative to Take Action to End Disparities in Suspensions and Expulsions
Black preschoolers are nearly four times more likely to receive one or more suspensions than white preschoolers.
(Cleveland, OH) - Early childhood educators, advocates, human services providers, elected officials, faith and community leaders from across Cleveland came together to attend the chartering ceremony for Black Child Development Institute-Cleveland.
That is why for more than 45 years the National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) has produced the Calendar of Children. The calendar is more than a collection of images. It is a celebration of the many shades and colors of Black people, a testament to the beauty and strength of Black children and families, and an acknowledgment of Black achievement.