#1: CRT is needed primarily in schools with a diverse student body.

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#2: In order to be fair, a good teacher should be colorblind in the classroom, and should treat all students equally, regardless of race, gender or culture.

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#3: Research has demonstrated that if we do not mention differences, students will usually not notice them.

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#4: CRT can be defined as teaching diverse learners to assimilate into the mainstream culture.

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#5: CRT is most effective using a festive approach, teaching all students to appreciate diverse foods, crafts, holidays and heroes.

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#6: Current textbooks have eliminated stereotypes and generally present accurate and inclusive information about ethnic populations.

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#7: Teachers carry their personal culture into the classroom, along with unconscious prejudices and lower expectations for some students.

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#8: In general, there is little teachers can do for language-minority students from low-income backgrounds with limited parental involvement.

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#9: More teachers of color are required in order to effectively reach students of color.

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#10: With a critical focus on standardized testing and a multitude of required school programs, there is little time for add-ons like CRT.

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