How important is it to pronounce a student's name properly?
Dr Punita Rice is an education researcher and academic adviser with John Hopkins University in the US. She has very firm views on teachers being culturally proficient in increasingly diverse schools.
She talks to Kathryn Ryan
Photo: RNZ / Anusha Bradley
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