It’s never too soon to teach kids to be culturally competent — to learn about, respect and accept people whose culture is different from their own.
Children as young as 2 start to become aware of differences among people — starting with gender — and to be sensitive to attitudes held by those around them. Experts believe that a child’s cultural attitudes are set by age 9. That’s why it’s so important to teach kids to be good global citizens even before preschool. Read More