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Intercultural Education, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2001
Culturally Responsive Teaching: what do selected United States elementary school teachers think?
The cultural, ethnic and language diversity of public schools in the United States is rapidly becoming the norm, rather than the exception, and poses great challenges as never .....
....The real test of culturally responsive teaching may indeed lie in its ability to create classrooms where race, culture and ethnicity are not seen as barriers to overcome but are sources of enrichment for all.
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