Cultural diversity is divided into two: primary and secondary. Primary diversity includes factors such as age, race and physical abilities. Secondary dimensions include factors such as family status, first language and religion among others. To learn more on this visit http://www.latrobe.edu.au/cdip/assets/downloads/GIF%201.pdf
Cultural diversity can mean many different things. In general, it means tolerance for all races or creeds. In the public school setting, it means maintaining materials that have pictures of more than one race of people engaged in diverse activities.