This paper illustrates the need for direct acknowledgement and support of children and faculty of color in inclusive educational settings. Muslin recounts her experiences at many different schools and how each offered a new perspective on diversity. The most profound impacts she has made in her community stem from her work at Bank Street School for Children, where she and her fellow faculty recognized the importance of having separate meetings and focus groups devoted to the concerns of people of color within the institution.
Muslin, Z. (2004). The Need to Be Apart In an Inclusive Educational Setting. Occasional Paper Series, 2004 (12). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2004/iss12/5
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