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Multi-culturalism and coherence

According to Copeland and Knapp (2006), creating coherence means doing the following action. "Use pathways that intentionally address student, professional, and system learning. Coherence is more likely when leaders can forge connections between what students are learning about in classrooms, what teachers are learning about in professional development (e.g., their classroom work), and what administrators are learning about system performance as a whole".
Please assist me in understanding how this strategy can be applied to the instructional problem assessing children's tolerance through a multicultural, anti-bias program.
Copland, Michael A.; Knapp, Michael S. (2006) Connecting Leadership with Learning: A Framework for Reflection, Planning, and Action.

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One of the nice things about the program subject that you have chosen and goals for students, teachers and administrators is that the topic of multi-culturalism, or respect and tolerance for others, is one of those uniting principles which are a perfect example of coherence in action. Most school mission statements mention mutual respect for ...

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Brief discussion of how lessons on multi-culturalism establish coherence between curriculum and goals of students, teachers and administration of the school.