With 47% of public school students identifying as White, it’s become more critical than ever to ensure that educational environments reflect the diversity of the populations they serve. Learning materials that do not show the contributions of marginalized groups won’t help promote inclusivity in education.
Teachers, mentors, and administrators all can play a role in breaking down traditional barriers in favor of creating more inclusive educational practices. And in the process, they will establish more dynamic learning experiences. Below you can learn more about the importance of inclusive education!