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Cultural responsiveness is gaining recognition as a critical feature of the evaluation process. Culture is a cumulative body of learned and shared behavior, values, customs, and beliefs common to a particular group or society. In essence, culture makes us who we are. In doing project evaluation, it is also important to consider cultural context in which the… (More)
—When culture is integrated into the mathematics classroom, it improves students' academic achievement , helps move classrooms towards an equitable learning environment  , helps students have positive beliefs about mathematics , and integrates mathematics with other disciplines , . Moreover, if you observe today's kids, the use of… (More)
A longitudinal evaluation of the application of knowledge, skills, and attitudes of ACW participants.
Brighton, which never had its own large psychiatric hospital, now has a comprehensive community psychiatric service. Sarah Hood and Tony Whitehead describe the development of the service and argue that the closure of large hospitals need not and should not result in the neglect or exploitation of former patients.