Teaching and Learning in a Diverse World: Multicultural Education for Young Children
This classic text continues to define what multicultural education means in all kinds of settings: "The Third Edition includes activities to challenge children's assumptions on: Racial Bias, Social Class and Consumerism, Perspectives on Cultures and the Natural World, Gender and Sexual Orientation, and Abilities and Disabilities.
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