Black or African-American

"But That's Just Good Teaching! The Case for Culturally Relevant Pedagogy" by Gloria Ladson-Billings

"Teaching Outside of One’s Race" by Bree Picower

"The Schott Report" by John H. Jackson


Meeting the Educational Needs of Hmong in Wisconsin” – UW-Extension

Cultural Identity in Post-Modern Society: Reflections on What is a Hmong?” by Gary Yia Lee

Hmong World View and Social Structure“ by Gary Yia Lee

(Coming Soon)

American Indian/Alaska Native

Fusing First Nations Knowledge into the Curriculum-A Model for Teacher Education” by Rosemary Christensen and Lisa Poupart

A Haudenosaunee  Approach to Culture Based Curriculum” by Priscilla E. Dessart and Stephenie M. Muscavitch









By Student Group

African American



American Indian/Alaska Native

By Experience Type


Book Studies

Coaching and Modeling

Conferences and Workshops

Community Site Visits

Guest Speakers 

School Visits

Why CRP?

1. Wisconsin students are becoming increasingly diverse.

2. Culturally responsive practices make a difference.

3. RtI is a systems change model that examines universal practices, and monitors who is successful with and without interventions.