1. From your understanding of the module materials and optional external literature, fully describe three significant barriers to diversity education and what you feel is the unacceptable effect of these barriers on the educational or organizational setting. Use substantive content to support your rationale.
2. Describe the education initiative or intervention that you feel is most effective in overcoming barriers to diversity education. Incorporate related supporting source and/or author citations or references in your descriptions.
Please include introduction, sub-headings and conclusion.
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Lovely, S. (2012). Will Millennials stay? Examining teacher retention from a generational perspective. California State University, Fullerton. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, 137. (1040733166). Retrieved August 24, 2013, from ProQuest.
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