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How to avoid racial practices or incidents in the school environment in SA?

In Topics: School and Academics
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BMelton
Jun 15, 2012
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Racial Discrimination is defined as:
Restriction or denial of rights, privileges, and choice because of race (Note: Do not confuse with "Racial Bias").
Increasing awareness of discrimination is an important first step in creating a "safe" school environment. More importantly, leadership in the schools set the tone for all- what is acceptable and what is not acceptable.
As a school counselor, I work with all students to teach tolerance and acceptance through classroom guidance, individual and group counseling, and collaboration with parents/ guardians and other educators.
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BMelton
BMelton , Teacher writes:
Racial Discrimination is defined as:
Restriction or denial of rights, privileges, and choice because of race (Note: Do not confuse with "Racial Bias").
Increasing awareness of discrimination is an important first step in creating a "safe" school environment. More importantly, leadership in the schools set the tone for all- what is acceptable and what is not acceptable.
As a school counselor, I work with all students to teach tolerance and acceptance through classroom guidance, individual and group counseling, and collaboration with parents/ guardians and other educators.

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BMelton
BMelton , Teacher writes:
Racial Discrimination is defined as:
Restriction or denial of rights, privileges, and choice because of race (Note: Do not confuse with "Racial Bias").
Increasing awareness of discrimination is an important first step in creating a "safe" school environment. More importantly, leadership in the schools set the tone for all- what is acceptable and what is not acceptable.
As a school counselor, I work with all students to teach tolerance and acceptance through classroom guidance, individual and group counseling, and collaboration with parents/ guardians and other educators.

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