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Working Together to Remove Racial and Ethnic Barriers (a Facilitator's Guide)

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Montgomery County Schools Study Circles Program
November 11, 2008

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A group of people in a circleThis discussion guide with help you build work with parents, teachers and students to develop action plans that will address racial and ethnic barriers to student achievement and parent involvement.

 

 

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