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Listen to Me: Report of the Ninth Annual NEA-CHR Conference, "Implementing Cultural Diversity in Instructional Programs".
National Education Association, Washington, DC. Center for Human Relations.
This publication is a compilation of speeches, seminar summaries, and participant reactions and recommendations from the Ninth Annual NEA-CHR Conference printed in both English and Spanish. The conference was designed to present the concept of cultural pluralism and to suggest ways of implementing this concept in instructional programs. The following speeches develop the theme of cultural pluralism: 1) Quality Integrated Education, Dr. John S. Gibson; 2) The Anthropologist and American Indian Studies Programs, Bea Medicine; 3) We Need Symbols for Ethnic Diversity, Dr. Arthur S. Smith; 4) Cultural Diversity for Chicanos, Deluvinia Hernandez; 5) Cultural Pluralism in Higher Education, Dr. Anne Allen; and 6) People are Different. People are the Same, Frances Sussna. Recommendations from conferees center on action programs for the improvement of human relations on all levels. (SHM)
Descriptors: Biculturalism, Conference Reports, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Pluralism, Educational Programs, Ethnic Groups, Human Relations, Humanization, Sociology, Teacher Education
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Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC. Center for Human Relations.