|Randall B. Lindsey|
|Kikanza Nuri Robins|
|Raymond D. Terrell|
Foreword by Darline P. Robles
|© 2009||344 pages||Corwin|
|Complimentary Review Copy|
|Available on CourseSmart|
"This book is a phenomenal resource for school districts and organizations interested in improving the culture of their organizations. It provides a solid foundation for understanding equity, embracing diversity, and adapting to differences. Moreover, the protocols and activities in this edition serve as a road map for school and district leaders on the journey toward cultural proficiency."
—Lynne Rosen, Director of Language and Cultural Equity
Albuquerque Public Schools, NM
Embark on a journey toward cultural proficiency that results in professional growth and organizational change!
Because change is an ongoing and personal process, this book helps school leaders recognize their own barriers to cultural proficiency and take steps to effectively describe, plan for, and respond to issues that arise in diverse environments.
This powerful third edition of Cultural Proficiency offers fresh approaches, a revised organization, and new activities that enable leaders to engage in effective interactions with students, educators, and the communities they serve. Randall B. Lindsey, Kikanza Nuri Robins, and Raymond D. Terrell meticulously provide information gathered from their experiences working with schools, educational agencies, and organizations across the United States and Canada and show how school leaders can:
With updated and expanded vignettes, this resource provides a unique, field-tested plan for addressing diversity and ensuring that schools are places of learning that value students of all backgrounds.
|ISBN: 9781412963633||Paperback||Suggested Retail Price: $43.95||Bookstore Price: $35.16|
|ISBN: 9781452273938||Electronic Version||Suggested Retail Price: $43.95||Bookstore Price: $35.16|
The 3rd edition of Cultural Proficiency: A Manual for School Leaders represents the on-going work of the authors. In our work with schools and other organizations across the United States and Canada, we have learned from and with our colleagues. People’s personal journeys and their work in schools and other organizations are reflected in the content, case story, and resource activities in this 3rd edition.
While we’ve worked diligently to retain the integrity of prior editions, we’ve made the following improvements to this edition:
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