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Future early childhood educators need to know how to teach all young learners effectively¿including children with diverse cultural, linguistic, and economic backgrounds and children with special needs. This core introductory textbook equips early childhood educators with the essential knowledge they¿ll need to succeed in the classroom and ensure the best outcomes for young children. M. Susan Burns partnered with two other respected ECE experts to develop a highly accessible text that¿s perfectly in tune with the realities of today¿s diverse classrooms. Ideal for teaching the basics of early childhood education to undergraduate and community college students, this textbook is everything future educators need: field-tested; focused solely on preschool settings; inclusive; student friendly; concise and clear; and comprehensive. With this expertly organized introduction to early childhood education, tomorrow¿s preschool teachers will enter the classroom prepared and motivated to give all children a great start in school.