A Viable Multicultural Curriculum Cannot Be Created and Handed Out
A viable multicultural curriculum cannot be created and handed out to teachers because
A)they must be involved in the process because their values, perspectives, and teaching styles affect what is taught and how it is taught.
B)most want to exercise their right to select their own curriculum based on their own beliefs and are resistant to being told what to teach.
C)the government has passed legislation banning the teaching of multicultural issues within an integrated curriculum.
D)there is not enough money to create such a curriculum nationwide.
Academic instruction is one of two primary purpose of education. The other is
In the Focus on Concepts feature, the author suggests that a "common sense of urgency" should exist toward
A)helping children maximize potential with enrichment activities.
B)helping each child master grade-level curriculum.
C)exposing poor students to community cultural events.
D)exposing children to advanced concepts to raise interest levels.
A recommended technique of breaking down prejudice and encouraging positive interactions among students with different characteristics is