3 edition of Diversity and choice found in the catalog.
Diversity and choice
|Statement||Michael Clarke and John Stewart.|
|Contributions||Stewart, John David, 1929-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
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is a teenager growing up on the Spokane Reservation. Book Description. Originally published in Diversity and Choice in Higher Education focuses on the diversity of institutions and the corresponding notion that students should be allowed to choose freely between them, regardless of distance from home.
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This pattern is evident from northern New England through vast swaths of the Midwest. The more diversity they see between the pages of their books, the more diversity and different types of people, relationships, and love, they see in their every day life, the more inclusive you.She has since published over twenty books for kids and teens, including the Stonewall Honor book Pride: Celebrating Diversity and Community, and the Governor General’s Award finalist, A Thousand Shades of Blue.
Her YA nonfiction book, My Body My Choice: The Fight for Abortion Rights.This book highlights the reality of malnutrition among school-age children in India and relates it with dietary adequacy, diversity and choice.
Using empirical data from field research conducted in Karnataka, India, it documents the nutritional status of school-going children, and examines the socio-economic determinants.