Teaching Multicultural Students

Long hailed as a melting pot of cultures, America is home to millions of immigrants. Depending on who you ask, one-third to almost one half of U.S. students are considered racial or ethnic minorities. In this changing educational landscape, teachers are challenged with creating inclusive classrooms where students of all backgrounds feel represented and welcomed.

This resource explores how teachers can build an inclusive multicultural learning environment. Their idea is that multicultural education is not a task to be done or even an end goal to be accomplished. Instead, they look at it as an approach to education that aims to include all students, promote learning of other cultures, and teach healthy social skills in a multicultural setting.

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