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Breaking the Silence (Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity)
Discusses the policy of silence (and its complex reasons) that often rules when it comes to teaching and learning about race, religion, ethnicity, and sexuality. Discusses briefly five books and articles that deal with breaking this silence, and offers observations about effective multiculturalism in the classroom. (SR)
Author/Creator: Miller, Howard M.
Date Published: Nov
Journal/Secondary Title: Reading Teacher
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072 Book/Product/Reviews; 080 Journal Articles; 120 Opinion Papers
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