Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society
Helps teachers understand the issues of multiculturalism and teaches them how to apply multicultural teaching methods to create more effective classroom instruction. Looking at the classroom through a non-biased, non-sexist scope, this book provides specific recommendations to reach all children with equal and effective methods.
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Culture Pluralism and Equality
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