Professional development is to include activities that prepare staff to work with diverse learners and to implement a multicultural, gender-fair education program.
- Looking at Self as the Critical Element for Change in Multicultural Education: Pushing at the Seams of Theory, Research and Practice – Part 1
- Small Steps: A Tolerance Program The Teaching Diverse Students Initiative New Horizons for Learning "Allowing" Race in the Classroom:Students Existing in the Fullness of Their Beings
- Teaching in Tensions: Latino Immigrant Youth, Their Teachers, and the Structures of Schooling
- The Significance of Relationships: Academic Engagement and Achievement Among Newcomer Immigrant Youth
- Empowering Pedagogies That Enhance the Learning of Multicultural Students
- How White Teachers Perceive the Problem of Racism in Their Schools: A Case Study in "Liberal" Lakeview
- Lessons From A Teacher Inquiry Group About Tracking: Perceived Student Choice In Course-Taking And Its Implications For Detracking Reform
- Assumptions Versus History in Ethnic Education
- Who Drops Out of High School and Why?
- Multicultural Madness
Equity and Diversity Awareness Quizzes
Are you being fooled? These Awareness Quizzes were designed to challenge some of the false information floating around about difference and equity in the United States and the world.
Project Implicit blends basic research and educational outreach in a virtual laboratory at which visitors can examine their own hidden biases. Project Implicit is the product of research by three scientists whose work produced a new approach to understanding of attitudes, biases, and stereotypes. The Project Implicit site has been functioning as a hands-on science museum exhibit, allowing web visitors to experience the manner in which human minds display the effects of stereotypic and prejudicial associations acquired from their socio-cultural environment.