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Preparing All Classroom Teachers To Educate a Linguistically and Culturally Diverse School Population
As the United States school population becomes more linguistically and culturally diverse, teachers are challenged to provide full access, equality of instruction, and appropriate learning environments to all students. It is estimated that more than 20 percent of the 45 million school-age children live in households in which languages other than English are spoken; 6 million are from Spanish speaking households.
Author/Creator: Carrasquillo, Angela
Date Published: 04-00
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