Research, Publications & Policy

Occasional Paper Series

The Occasional Paper Series is a forum for work that extends, deepens, and challenges the progressive legacy on which the College is built. The series seeks to promote discussion about what it means to educate in a democracy and to meet the interrelated demands of equity and excellence.

We are interested in research, practice, and policy-based papers from a broad array of theoretical perspectives. We encourage authors from within and outside the Bank Street community who employ either traditional or non-traditional representational strategies to submit their work for review.

Occasional Paper Series #39

Supporting Young Children of Immigrants in Pre-K–3
Read through nine powerful essays that call for early childhood educators to make shifts in their practice to create more equitable and just learning environments for young children of immigrants. In a deeply polarizing political climate, this special and timely issue builds a strong case for the changes that need to happen to improve early schooling experiences for children of immigrants in the United States.
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Submissions for Occasional Paper Series #42 on Promise in Infant/Toddler Care and Education are due January 1, 2019. Learn more about this issue and the guidelines for submitted works.
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