Cultural diversity is one of the nation's greatest assets and an invaluable resource in the classroom, writes Julia G. Thompson, teacher and author of "The First-Year Teacher's Survival Guide." In this article, she shares how teachers can develop a culturally responsive classroom to promote learning, understanding and sensitivity among students. She suggests exposing them to various cultures, which will encourage students to show more tolerance and respect for others who are different.

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