How school leaders can create a more inclusive culture

07/16/2013 | Education Week

School leaders who wish to change their school's culture to reflect an accepting environment for all students should begin with teaching them that biased language, such as "you play like a girl," is unacceptable, K-12 leadership experts Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers write in this blog post. "Surely if we are doing nothing to extinguish language that is demeaning we are playing a role," they write.

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