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Effective Education for All

Implementing Positive Behavior Support in Early Childhood Through High School


Edited By Chun Zhang, Carlos McCray and Su-Je Cho

Effective Education for All deals with cultural-linguistic diversity and how to work in classrooms with culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students. It is essential reading for teachers, administrators, parents of CLD students, and policy makers if we are to continue to see progress and success from our graduates. This book is both practical and helpful for educators and their schools in offering Positive Behavior Support (PBS), illustrating key steps in understanding the problem and research on cultural-linguistic diversity. The authors offer resources to help educators and their families to understand the failures and successes with these students within the context of their particular schools and communities. What works with one group and age cohort may change as students develop within local and regional contexts.
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CHUN ZHANG is a professor at Fordham University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and recently completed her Fulbright scholarship at the University of Macau. She has been widely published in culturally and linguistically appropriate services for young children with disabilities and their families.

CARLOS R. MCCRAY is an associate professor at Fordham University. He received his doctorate from Bowling Green State University. He recently co-authored the books, Cultural Collision and Collusion: Reflections on Hip-Hop Culture, Values, and Schools and School Leadership in a Diverse Society: Helping Schools Prepare All Students for Success.

SU-JE CHO is an associate professor of special education at Fordham University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her research interests include assessment and interventions for culturally and linguistically diverse children with disabilities.

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