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Annotated Bibliography(2008).Paving the Way: How Financial Aid Awareness Affects College Access andSuccess.Retrieved from Dec 15, 2020. The Institute for College Access & Success,The literary review is written for administrators and educators to inform them on thediscrepancies in education opportunity awareness. By highlighting that minority and lowerincome families for different reasons are not aware of financial aid, gifted programs, anddisability screenings, this review explains why this happens and how we can make thenecessary changes for diverse learners. The intended audience for this review would likely beparents, as well educators and school administration. This resource contributes to my paper byproviding more information on the disadvantages minorities face in the education system. Theresource relates to current issues in education and diversity in education by highlighting thecurrent issues faced by non-white and non-Asian students when it comes to educationalopportunity and aid.Casteel, C. A. (1998). Teacher–student interactions and race in integrated classrooms.The Journal of Educational Research, 92(2), 115-120.This journal describes the daily experience of both white and minority students revealing manysituations and interactions that show unfavorable to the non-white students. Research backs thewritings and reveals that on average the minority students are afforded less opportunities forpositive interactions throughout their school day. The intended audience for this portion of thejournal would be educators. The resource contributes to my paper by providing examples ofcommon bias, intentional on not, faced by non-white students. This resource relates to thediversity in education by discussing interactions in classrooms with students of different races.Chideya, Farai (1995). Don’t Believe the Hype: Fighting Cultural Misinformation AboutAfrican Americans. New York, US: Plume PublishingThis book was written to get readers to question what society has decided about certainmembers of society. Written for a general audience of readers, Farai is challenging them toexamine the depiction of African Americans in media and instructional text to find out what’s factand fiction. Exposing many biases and prejudices that the average non-African American wouldmiss, ignore, or engage in themselves, this book goes on a journey to challenge commonstereotypes and build a more aware audience. This resource contributes to my paper byhighlighting common misconceptions about the African American community and studies howthose habits, conscience and unconscious, are broken. This resource relates to current issuesin education as it explains the preconceived ideology of certain minorities that impact today’ssociety.

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