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Unformatted text preview: Running head: CHECK POINT SOCIAL JUSTICE 1 Check point Social Justice Tiffany Altvater AED 200 09/10/2010 Kelly Flemm CHECK POINT SOCIAL JUSTICE 2 Check point Social Justice When working in the classroom it is important to consider the multicultural issues that will arise when attempting to blend different cultures together. Without multicultural classroom social justice many children in our education system will get left behind and fail to receive the firm guidance the structure education offers. Multicultural classroom social justice prepares our future leaders for a world of different possibilities and gives them a natural ability to blend in with people that they are different from. Many closed minded educators and parents alike have tried to disagree with the blending of our classrooms into one that involves everyone and their traditions, ethnicities, and different ways of life, simply because they believe that they lead the most righteous lives possible any sort of blending of cultures might damage their childrens...
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