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As much as we wish that race not be a factor in learning, research shows that it is. Students go through racial identity development processes, with unique steps for each race. In addition, prior educational histories of centralization or alienation, invisibility or hypervisibility, affirmation or invalidation, affect attitudes, expectations, and motivation, ultimately facilitating or hindering learning. This panel will discuss these issues and offer strategies for culturally responsive teaching.