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    If you walk down the street on any given day you will encounter people of all whom have their differences. Race, gender, culture, ability and social-class vary from person to person and make us all the unique individuals we are. When all of these differences come together in the educational setting, it can create quite the challenge for schools to face.

    How does a teacher facilitate achievement of students from diverse racial, gender, cultural, ability and social-class groups?

    What role does the school play in ensuring equitable education?

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    Question 1.

    Consider differentiated instruction: reach each student where they are, so that you can ensure that each student has a chance to learn.

    Integrate your content by using a variety of cultures. When you use examples to demonstrate concepts, make sure that you use things from a diverse array of cultures instead of defaulting to examples that ...

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    This solution helps with questions about classroom management strategies. Concepts discussed includes how a teacher facilitates student achievement and the role the school plays.