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Do Social Skills Programs Accommodate Cultural Diversity? A Review of Secondary Curricula
This review examined the extent to which commercially available social skills curricula designed for adolescent populations (including those with learning and behavior problems) accommodate cultural diversity. Introductory material discusses the need for culturally responsive teaching in social skills training.
Author/Creator: Glomb, Nancy
Date Published: 04-00
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