Meeting the Needs of the Diverse Learners in a Charter School in North Carolina

Kimberly Jones-Goods
2015 unpublished
The purpose of this phenomenological study was to explore teachers' perceptions of the culturally responsive teaching and learning practices at a K-12 public charter school in North Carolina. The major goals of the study were to explore (1) the effective culturally responsive teaching and learning practices implemented in a classroom in a charter school in North Carolina (2) the way teachers analyze their own sociocultural experiences in order to remove cultural biases from their classroom in a
more » ... charter school in North Carolina and (3) the ways in which teachers create an educational environment that is inclusive of all students in a charter school in North Carolina? The findings of this research study do not provide an educational model or program for public, charter, or private schools to generate culturally relevant or culturally responsive practices. The findings do support the research that teaching in a culturally responsive way is a moral and ethical responsibility.
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