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This annotated bibliography was created as a result of ongoing collaboration between Alberta (Canada) Education and Alberta Community Development on the topic of multiculturalism. It identifies some of the best resources which are available to schools in order to make these resources known to teachers and principals. The entries have been selected and evaluated to ensure a good curriculum fit, practicality, availability, and balance across grades. The approximately 500 print and audio-visual resources form a base on which to build programs and library collections. Each entry contains the following information (if available): grade level; author; title; publication information; ISBN; and annotation. The material has been organized into the following sections: Teacher References; Bibliographies and Catalogues; Africans; Afro-Americans (includes Canada); West Indians; Chinese; Japanese; South East Asians; South Asians; People of the Near and Middle East; Central and South Americans; Europeans; North American natives (except the Inuit); The Inuit; Series; Human Rights; Racism; and Additional Materials. A list of relevant Canadian agencies, an author index, and a title index are also included. (JLB)

Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Civil Liberties, Cultural Differences, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethnic Bias, Ethnic Groups, Foreign Countries, Minority Groups, Multicultural Education, Organizations (Groups), Racial Bias, Resource Materials











Author: Crump-Dumesnil, Elizabeth; Anderson, Tigge Anne

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9591&id=ED374806







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