Culturally Proficient Instruction

A Guide for people who Teach
Name:Culturally Proficient Instruction, 3rd Ed.
Authors:Kikanza Nuri-Robins, Delores B. Lindsey, Randall B. Lindsey, Raymond D. (Dewey) Terrell
Date Published:November 29, 2011


This book is for everyone who teaches, in every type of setting.

Incorporating examples from a multitude of environments, this interactive resource addresses the needs of K-12 teachers and administrators, higher education faculty, adult educators, and trainers in business and healthcare.

What Others Are Saying

“Culturally Proficient Instruction, Second Edition, serves as an excellent tool to guide and promote an open discussion and examination of the diversity challenges facing our schools and communities.”
– Philip C. McCullum, Director, Institute for Leadership and Diversity in Education, University of Oregon


“This is one of the best books I have read about instruction—period. The authors invite those who teach to look deeply inside themselves, to engage in reflection, to enhance relationships, and to improve their practices in ways that enable all students to learn at high levels.”
-Gale Hulme, Director Programs & Strategic Initiatives, Georgia’s Leadership Institute