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Educating Open-Minded Students

Julia Cook, Boys Town Press Author

Children are born without bias. As infants, they don’t care about race, gender, religion (or lack thereof), sexual orientation or cultural identity. As they grow, any prejudice they exhibit regarding others could be the result of learning via observation. That means if you wish to educate students who are nonjudgmental; you must first take a look in the mirror. You must also understand that the key to building relationships and educating nonjudgmental students is through the development of trust and communication.

Students are more likely to be open and welcoming to others if they are exposed to a diversity-rich environment and able to cultivate friendships

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