A culturally responsive classroom is an encouraging and nurturing place for diverse students with different backgrounds and experiences with culturally responsive teaching.

6 ways to create a culturally responsive classroom


A culturally responsive classroom is an encouraging and nurturing place for diverse students with different backgrounds and experiences

The U.S. reached an important milestone several years ago—minority students now comprise the largest demographic group in our nation’s public schools. While there is great diversity within our student population, the majority of educators still do not share the same cultural experiences with the diverse students they serve.

However, many effective teachers have consistently been sensitive to and culturally aware of student backgrounds. These educators intuitively understand that the more inclusive
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