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Illustrates how current educational theories marginalize students belonging to a variety of minority populations (Native American, Mexican American, African American).
Offers a new theory of educational philosophy that values both individuals and communities and makes room for emotion and intuition as learning tools.
Envisions new ways of teaching based on the author's experiences studying and observing schools in other cultures.
High Expectations: The Cultural Roots of Standards Reform in American Education William A. Proefriedt
Foreword Maxine Greene Greene, Maxine
Ch. 1 Current Democratic Theories 1
Ch. 2 Shared Responsibilities 33
Ch. 3 Shared Authority 55
Ch. 4 Shared Identities 83
Ch. 5 Nurturing Communities 107
Ch. 6 Paradoxes Explored 130
Ch. 7 Conclusion - Project C.A.R.E 155