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Leadership Philosophy Statement

My leadership style is similar to servant leadership because it was my natural inclination is to serve long before I felt a need to lead. It reflects my theory of how leadership should be conducted, the concept of empowerment of others reflects in my daily thoughts. 758 more words


Multilingual Education: California Education for a Global Economy Initiative (California EdGE Initiative)/Senate Bill (SB) 1174

This post is about Senate Bill 1174 which would repeal and amend proposition 227 of 1998 in the state of California. Proposition 227 ended bilingual education services for students who did not speak English. 223 more words

Bilingual Education

Amy E. McBride, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor
Company: University of Evansville
Location: Newburgh, IN United States
Distinguished Member

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Anne Mungai

Title: Professor, Chair of Curriculum and Instruction

Company: Adelphi University

Location: Baldwin, N.Y.

Attributing 18 years of success to having good mentors, conducting research and keeping abreast of what is current in the field; Dr. 134 more words


Attention Protocols in the Culturally Competent Classroom – Part 2

This is the second of a series of blog posts with great ideas for attention protocols that you can implement throughout your teaching day.

“Attention Signals With a Physical Response” 830 more words
Educational Consulting

Your School is Not Multicultural

Your school is not multicultural. It is not intercultural, either, although I’m not sure there’s much of a difference. Despite the best verbiage we can manage, we’re continuing to colonize non-Western minds and cultures. 3,282 more words