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Arab Americans in Michigan
Michigan is fortunate to be a state that has wonderful diversity in many different ways and areas throughout the state.
Leadership efforts in the Hispanic community.
Are you ready to dance?
In efforts to increase diversity, groups or individuals are at risk to develop a compliance mentality that focuses on numbers only. The numbers game becomes so important that little thought is given to what happens after that. Diversity ought to be pursued because it empowers groups to be better at what they do. Research shows that diverse teams outperform homogenous teams.
A first-ever Latino summit, sponsored by AT&T Michigan, was held on December 9, 2011 at the MSU Kellogg Center. The Michigan Alianza para Mejoramiento y Avance (MI-ALMA- Michigan Alliance of Latinos Moving Towards Advancement) convened over 100 Michigan Hispanic leaders and professionals for this important event. The focus was specifically on education and civic engagement, two important areas that can have tremendous impact on the trajectory of the lives of young children.
Watching Teachers Work: New Paper Argues for the Use of Observation in Early Ed
Author(s): Lisa Guernsey
Enhancing cross-cultural communication
As collaboratives and coalitions increase the diverse background of their membership, communication will become more complex. Communication becomes foremost when diverse members in a group work to develop common goals and objectives which call for them to work cooperatively and collaboratively.
How much can early childhood education do to reduce income inequality?
What the Latest Federal Stopgap Spending Bill Means for Early Ed
Author: Clare McCann
Published: October 11, 2011