Foreword by Bob Algozzine Afterword by Robert Rueda
A "good" school is a learning community that maximizes the potential of all its students, whether they are white, black, Hispanic, Asian, or Native American . . . and a school can’t be a "good" school when some of its students are misidentified, misassessed, miscategorized, misplaced, and misinstructed because of cultural differences.
This insightful new work offers case studies, observations, and solutions to the challenges presented by cultural diversity—a new approach that can bring excellence to all learners, all teachers, all parents, and all communities.
A "good" school is defined by how it addresses diversity. Here’s how to make it happen at your school.
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