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Culturally Responsive Teaching
Culturally responsive teaching

It is abundantly clear that great diversity exists within our schools, communities, and nation. For example, more than one-third of the children in elementary and secondary schools are culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students (National Center for Educational Statistics, 1993), about 1 in 5 lives in poverty (Children's Defense Fund, 2001), and about 1 in 10 has limited proficiency in English (Kindler, ...

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