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Revolutionizing Multicultural Education Staff Development: Factor Structure of a Teacher Survey

Investigated African American and white elementary teachers' beliefs about and knowledge of multicultural education and their interest in staff development, noting differences by race. Survey data indicated that teachers considered multicultural education beneficial to students, but they were not very motivated to participate in training sessions. White teachers were less knowledgeable about multicultural education than were African American teachers. (SM)

  • Contributor: Scott, Kimberly A., Pinto, Anthony
  • Date Published: Apr
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Equity & Excellence in Education
  • Number: 1
  • Volume: 34
  • Year: 2001

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