Class Tries To Dispel Stereotypes

06/18/2002 | Christian Science Monitor, The

After a conference last summer, two teachers in Minneapolis, Minn., have collaborated to teach tolerance through literature to a class of mostly white students in the suburbs and a class of mostly black students in the city. As part of the class, the students are bused to each other's schools to be exposed to one another on a personal level.

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