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Nkmedina

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One would potentially look like where maybe some children won't play with the other children who aren't the same race as them. The teachers treat children differently based on what they look like, believe in, or maybe if they have a disability. Teachers wouldn't actively try and mix the class around for activities to try and have students interact with ones they haven't before.
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delgado_18

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A non- welcoming and non- inclusive program would look like children only engaging with certain children or removing themselves from groups they do not want to be around with. As for parents showing up, not talking to them or letting them know how their child is doing or progressing. 
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A non welcoming, non exclusive center would not allow people of different backgrounds in. If they did, differences would be discouraged instead of celebrated thereby showing a complete lack of respect for students, their family and the community that is being served.
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