Creating Welcoming Schools

Creating Welcoming Schools

This book goes beyond traditional parent involvement programs to offer ways in which teachers and parents together can explore their diverse cultural perspectives, establish and sustain genuine dialogue at open houses and through classroom projects, and collaborate for democratic schools.


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