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Teaching Children Inclusion and Diversity: An Interview with Jay Peterson, author of Saxophone Sits Alone

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Release Date: 09/29/2021

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How do we teach children to honor diversity and inclusion? Jay Peterson is a Canadian elementary school music teacher residing in London, Ontario. Jay has written the book Saxophone Sits Alone as a way to discuss inclusion and diversity in the classroom in an accessible yet powerful way.

https://www.amazon.com/Saxophone-Sits-Alone-Jay-Peterson/dp/166415826X