Language and Cultural Diversity in U.S. Schools: Democratic Principles in Action.
Language and cultural diversity in U.S. schools; democratic principles in action.
Ed. by Terry A. Osborn Osborn may refer to:
With the idea in mind that America will continue to move toward a truly democratic society, however slowly, the contributors of these eight articles and introduction examine the possibility that language and culture will eventually not be an impediment A disability or obstruction that prevents an individual from entering into a contract.
Infancy, for example, is an impediment in making certain contracts. Impediments to marriage include such factors as consanguinity between the parties or an earlier marriage that is still valid. to fulfilling the idea that America is a democracy. They cover new possibilities for studying and understanding diversity in the schools, including applying concepts of diversity in reading and the language arts language arts
The subjects, including reading, spelling, and composition, aimed at developing reading and writing skills, usually taught in elementary and secondary school. , considering bilingual education bilingual education, the sanctioned use of more than one language in U.S. education. The Bilingual Education Act (1968), combined with a Supreme Court decision (1974) mandating help for students with limited English proficiency, requires instruction in the native and studying dialects as positive influences, considering certain communities, such as that of the deaf, as part of the diversity equation, making foreign language study a study in diversity as well, going beyond sensitivity training, developing educational policies for a pluralistic plu·ral·is·tic
1. Of or relating to social or philosophical pluralism.
2. Having multiple aspects or parts: "the idea that intelligence is a pluralistic quality that ... society, and taking the hard-learned lessons of 9/11 to heart.
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