To create our vision of a world that honors all children and respects the diverse ways in which they learn and develop, we need the spaces we create to model empathy and boldly stand for healing and justice.
Children’s museums are sharing statements responding to ongoing protests and sharing resources for caregivers to talk about race and racism with their children.
On May 19, CCLI hosted a webinar about the opportunities for culturally relevant practice for museums during the COVID-19 crisis.
From March 24-26, ACM held a series of three hour-long CEO Calls, sponsored by Blackbaud, in response to COVID-19.
Given the public response and concern around COVID-19, we encourage our members to review their existing practices, as well as consider potential new processes to help your institution remain responsive as public spaces—and public resources.
What can a children’s museum do in order to have floor staff who are knowledgeable, engaged, and invested in the museum?
ACM hosted a leadership call on October 10 to engage children’s museum staff in discussing how our field can mobilize around the climate crisis.
With the support of its community, the North Country Children’s Museum created a state-of-the-art interactive museum in Potsdam, New York.
This September, CCLI launched the National Landscape Study: DEAI Practices in Museums.
In a recent study, 70% of caregivers reported observing something about how their children learn during their children’s museum visit.