Intervention strategies in multicultural education: A

Sparks, William G.; Verner, M. Elizabeth
December 1995
Physical Educator;Early Winter95, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p170
Academic Journal
Presents information on multiculturalism in education. How multicultural instructional units be developed; Methods used; What other research efforts be focused on; What else must be explored.


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