5 Steps Toward Cultural Competence in Schools

This article explores the habits and actions of culturally competent educators and administrators. The author provides a good overview of what it means to be culturally competent and then provides detail on 5 things culturally competent educators do, including growing their own knowledge, setting measurable goals, collaborating and sharing, and being comfortable with vulnerability. This article makes a strong case for the importance of taking time to constantly expand one’s own knowledge and engage in discussion as a strategy to build more culturally competent schools.

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