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Building Better Schools with Evidence-based Policy
How to use this policy School cultural congruity refers to the cultural match between the school and the students and families who are served by the school. Elements of cultural (in)congruity exist within all areas of the school environment. For example, differences in school and student or family cultural values may exist in school rules and policies, expectations for students and parents, curriculum, methods of teaching, and approaches to discipline. Nonetheless, establishing a schooldoi:10.4324/9781003025955-21 fatcat:ygczvc5i4rbuvbrocubqvppcoy