Swimming with the sharks

Miller, Howard M.
March 1999
Reading Teacher;Mar99, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p632
Academic Journal
Presents information on how to teach students about cultural diversity. Reason behind the need to address gay and lesbian issues in the curriculum; Resources for teachers in teaching homosexuality.


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