Diversity may be a difficult, complex issue that causes a lot of tension, but it also provides opportunities for growth. So said Sonia Nieto, professor emeritus of language, literacy and culture at the University of Massachusetts' School of Education in the US when she addressed a workshop, Becoming a Multicultural Institution, hosted in March by UCT's Transformation Services Office and the School of Education. Profound questions on curriculum and language need to be asked, Nieto suggested.
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