Schools for All: Educating Children in a Diverse Society
This text examines the issues of teaching culturally diverse children and teaching all children about cultural diversity using the techniques of cooperative learning and incorporation of multi-cultural books and non-print materials in the classroom.
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The Changing Face of Americas Children
Children of Color in the SchoolsPast and Present
The Current State of Multicultural Education
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