How to give individuals from diverse backgrounds a voice at school

06/23/2014 | Edutopia.org

Middle-grades educator Jose Vilson in this blog post draws on the life of activist Yuri Kochiyama as an example as he discusses the importance of giving staff and students of different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds a voice at school. Vilson also offers suggestions to increase their inclusion. "Chances are, if someone fully intends to involve you, he or she will want to work with you on possible solutions," he writes.

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