3 edition of Teachers" guide to minority group history and intercultural relations in the junior high schools found in the catalog.
Teachers" guide to minority group history and intercultural relations in the junior high schools
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||prepared by Lee Beasley ... [et.al.]|
|Contributions||Beasley, Lee., Bellevue Public Schools (Wash.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
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The school system plans to hire more minority teachers and revamp its gifted education program and higher-level course offerings to encourage more minority participation, school board attorney Whit Colvin said. Data shows Hoover schools lag in terms of minority representation among faculty, Colvin said. Chicago Public Schools, Dunbar Vocational High School, Afro-American History I, Curriculum, Chicago Public Schools, Dunbar Vocational High School, Brochure, n.d. Chicago Public Schools, Du Sable High School, Negro History Week, Chicago Public Schools, Du Sable High School, n.d. Chicago Public Schools, Emerson School. The biggest challenges of intercultural communication to me are: * Being able to build rapport and find common grounds and interests, when you don't share the same childhood references, popular topics, historical events. * Being able to communic.
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