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Today’s schools Multicultural, Bilingual, and Diverse
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Educational Progress: Math, Reading, and Civics Results (percent) Group Math (1996) Reading (1998) Writing (1998) Civics (1998) All 61 74 84 70 White 73 73 90 80 Black 27 36 72 50 Hispanic 37 40 69 45 Asian/Pacific Islander 58 69 90 71 American Indian 50 47 73 49 Source: Thurlow, M. L., Nelson, J. R., Teelucksingh, E., & Draper, I. L. (2001). Multiculturalism and disability in a results-based educational system: Hazards and hopes for today's schools. In C. A. Utley & F. E. Obiakor (Eds.), Special education, multicultural education, and school reform: Components of quality education for learners with mild disabilities (pp. 155–172). Springfield, IL: Thomas. •What steps can be taken to ensure that all students have opportunities to progress in the general curriculum? •What can you as a teacher do in your classroom to make sure that all students, including those from diverse backgrounds, have individualized and appropriate instruction enabling them to progress in the general curriculum? National Assocition for Educatonal Progress: Math, Reading, and Civics Results (percent).
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course SPE 222 taught by Professor Bal during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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