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Counselor Preparation: Reimagining Councelor Education with Diversity as a Core Value. (PDF)

Profoundly Multicultural Questions (PDF)

The Black Taj (PDF)

Ethics and Values as Major Factors Related to Multicultural Aspecs of Counselor Preparation (PDF)

A Critical Analysis of the Social Advocacy Movement in Counseling (PDF)

ACA Advocacy Competencies: Social Justice Advocacy at the Client/Student Level. (PDF)

Promoting Systemic Change Through the ACA Advocacy Competencies

Diversity as a Core Value in a Counselor Education Program. (PPT)

Teaching Democracy: What Schools Need to Do. (PDF)

What Kind of Citizen? The Politics of Educationg for Democracy. (PDF)

Diversity Within Unity: Essential Principels For Teaching and Learning in a Multicultural Society. (PDF)

Whiteness: The Communicatio of Social Identitiy. (PDF)

Equality and Justice For All? Examining Race in Education Scholarship

Empowering Parents of Multicultural Backgrounds. (PDF)

Race, Culture, and Researcher Positionality: Working Through Dangers Seen, Unseen, and Unforeseen. (PDF)

Murder in the Eigth Grade. (PDF)

Preparing Teachers of American Indian and Alaska Native Students. (PDF)

Multicultural Social Justice Education. (PDF)

Social Justice in the Classroom. (PDF)

Perceptcions of International Teaching Assistants: The Interrlatedness of Intercultureal Training, Cobnition, and Emotion. (PDF)

Situative Cognition': barier to teaching across cultures. (PDF)

Teaching Asian Students Online: What Matters and Why? (PDF)

Culturally appropriate pedagogy: the case of group learning in a Confucian Heritage Culture context. (PDF)

Harmony, Hierarchy and Conservatism: A Cros-Cultural Comparison of Confucian Values in China, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan. (PDF)

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