5 Ways to Create a Culturally Responsive Classroom

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“All instruction is culturally responsive. The question is: to which culture is it currently oriented?” – Gloria Ladson-Billings

About Sara Gray

Director of Communications & Marketing at the National Equity Project www.nationalequityproject.org
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