Using Multicultural Resources for Teachers to Combat Racial Prejudice in the Classroom

@article{DAngelo2001UsingMR,
  title={Using Multicultural Resources for Teachers to Combat Racial Prejudice in the Classroom},
  author={Andrea M. D’Angelo and Brenda P. Dixey},
  journal={Early Childhood Education Journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={29},
  pages={83-87}
}
As the American population continues to become more diverse there is a need to provide children in early education with factual information about all ethnic groups to decrease prejudice. First, teachers must examine their own beliefs prior to implementing a multicultural approach into the curriculum. Three questions are presented that will assist teachers in evaluating their views and behaviors toward ethnic groups. Informative resources are provided for teachers to educate themselves, parents… 

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