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This book provides strong coverage of the standards movement and high stakes testing, places this reform initiative in historical perspective, brings it up to date with the Bush administration's education agenda, and analyzes its effect upon multicultural education.
The third edition continues to offer a critical analysis of race, class, gender, and economic status as they apply to schools; and, provides hundreds of practical strategies for classroom use, based on the experience of teachers in geographically diverse, multicultural classrooms.
For future teachers in the multicultural classroom.
|Pt. 1||The Social, Economic, and Cultural Foundations of the Current School Crisis||9|
|1||Democracy and the Need for Multicultural Education||11|
|2||Culture and Schooling||41|
|3||Racism and Schools||67|
|4||With Liberty and Justice for Some: Democracy, Class Relations, and Schools||103|
|5||How Society and Schools Shortchange Girls and Boys||139|
|Pt. 2||Teaching Strategies to Promote Democracy and Multicultural Education||167|
|6||Human Relations and Multicultural Education||169|
|7||Teaching to Empower Students||203|
|8||Democracy and Classroom Management||235|
|9||Promoting Democracy and Critical Thinking||265|
|10||Cooperative Learning, Democracy, and Multicultural Education||289|
|11||Teaching Language-Minority Populations||311|
|Pt. 3||The Dialogue Between Democracy and Multicultural Education||341|
|12||Democracy, Curriculum, and Multicultural Education||343|
|13||Democratic School Reform: How Do We Get from Here to There?||373|