Multicultural Education of Children and Adolescents, Fourth Edition by M. Lee Manning This unique text expands the definition of multicultural to include gender, disability, and sexual orientation. It is an invaluable resource that will provide your students with suggestions for working with families of culturally diverse backgrounds, as well as with school administrators and special school personnel. Features Case Studies throughout the text show how educators have addressed the chapters' topics. Implementing Research boxes throughout the text provide readers with research studies that focus on children and adolescents of culturally different backgrounds and give practical suggestions for implementing the research. Suggestions for Collaborative Efforts, at the end of each chapter, provides readers with opportunities to work cooperatively and collaboratively toward group goals. Gender Perspectives, highlight current research and scholarly opinion on females and underscore the importance of understanding gender as well as cultural and other diversities. Expanding Your Horizons located at the end of each chapter, provides readers with resources for further study and consideration. Using Children's Literature, located at the end of every chapter in Part II, provides titles and a brief annotation of developmentally appropriate children's and adolescents' literature that can help learners better understand their cultural heritages. For Additional Information, located also found in each chapter in Part II, provides names and addressees of organizations and groups that promote cultural diversity and that act as disseminators of information about the respective cultures. Suggestions for Collaborative Efforts, at the end of each chapter, provides readers with opportunities to work cooperatively and collaboratively toward group goals. Gender Perspectives, located in selected chapters throughout the text, highlights current research and scholarly opinion on females and underscores the importance of understanding gender as well as cultural and other diversities. New to This Edition Chapter on Arab Americans provides an in-depth look at the Arab culture, their influence on the U.S., and how educators can address their educational needs. Culturally relevant terminology has been thoroughly updated. Increased pedagogy with numerous suggested readings, website addresses, and activities added to provide students with additional, practical resources. Lee Manning is a professor and eminent scholar at Old Dominion University. He has written extensively on multicultural education and middle school education. He has written 175 journal articles and 16 books. He has presented extensively at professional conferences. His other textbooks include Multicultural Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Lifespan Perspective (with Leroy G. Baruth, 3e, 2002, Prentice-Hall) and Teaching in the Middle School (with Katherine T. Bucher, 2001, Prentice-Hall). His interests include middle school education and multicultural education.Manning, M. Lee is the author of 'Multicultural Education of Children and Adolescents', published 2003 under ISBN 9780205402632 and ISBN 0205402631.