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Suppose a family in your classroom has beliefs or practices that are discriminatory or harmful towards certain groups of people, and these beliefs are being transmitted to their child, who is beginning to express similar prejudices in the classroom. How would you address this situation while still maintaining a relationship with the family and upholding the NAEYC's principle of respecting families' cultural and individual differences?

This question requires navigating complex issues like cultural sensitivity, inclusivity, and child development, while prioritizing the well-being and safety of all children in the classroom. I'm here to help you think through a response that balances these competing demands.

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