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What Is Culturally Responsive Teaching? (Video)

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What does it mean to be a culturally responsive educator? Who benefits from this approach to teaching?

In this video, Travis Bouldin, a world history teacher at Ron Brown College Prep in Washington, D.C., shares his perspective on how this approach to teaching can mitigate some of the effects that poverty, violence, and trauma have on students' ability to learn and to interact with peers and adults.

Ron Brown College Prep, a new all-male public school in Washington, D.C., was the subject of a recent three-part audio series produced through an Education Week/NPR partnership. Listen here.

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