Race, Ethnicity, and Education [Four Volumes] [4 volumes]

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Race, Ethnicity, and Education moves beyond traditional thinking and approaches to multicultural education to more accurately reflect the dramatically changing circumstances faced by North American schools in an age of globalization. The volumes address ways in which race and ethnicity affect learning across the life span, at all levels of formal education as well as in informal educational settings. Issues of school curriculum, instruction, and administration are examined. These volumes aim to address both the ...

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Overview

Race, Ethnicity, and Education moves beyond traditional thinking and approaches to multicultural education to more accurately reflect the dramatically changing circumstances faced by North American schools in an age of globalization. The volumes address ways in which race and ethnicity affect learning across the life span, at all levels of formal education as well as in informal educational settings. Issues of school curriculum, instruction, and administration are examined. These volumes aim to address both the foundational assumptions and the practices of education in relation to changing conceptions of race and ethnicity.

Volume One, Principles and Practices of Multicultural Education, examines issues of equity, school reform, teacher education, and school leadership. Volume 2, Language and Literacy in Schools, presents an overview of language and literacy learning for Latino and Asian American students, and gives general and specific recommendations for improved performance. The third volume, Racial Identity in Education, examines concepts of racial and ethnic identity and how they affect teaching and learning. The final volume, Racism and Antiracism in Education, looks at color-blind racism; white supremacy in the curriculum; race and testing; critical race pedagogy and anti-racist education; and globalization. Outstanding scholars contributing to this timely collection include: Eduardo Bonilla-Silva; George J. Sefa Dei; Donna Y. Ford; Vivian Gadsden; Carl A. Grant; Edmund W. Gordon; Joyce E. King; and Kevin K. Kumashiro.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

"The editors' intent is to encourage a transformational environment within which the discourse related to race and ethnicity shifts sufficiently to improve the educational experiences for each student within our increasingly diverse population. Although the goal is lofty, the thoughtful reader is given enough carefully selected depth and breadth within this collection to grasp its significance, which is sufficient to recommend it highly for academic libraries at all levels."

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Library Journal

"Ross and Pang draw on their specialties to gather a collection of essays on issues and teaching methods applicable to the multicultural classroom. The four volumes are thematic, containing in turn articles on principles and practice, racism and antiracism, language and literacy, and racial identity, as each relates to education or teaching. Many of the articles incorporate case studies, grapple with current issues the reader will recognize, and often contain methods and approaches for the reader to apply in their own classroom."

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Reference & Research Book News

"REE is absolutely essential for college-level education collections. It will also be informative for communities that are grappling with social issues in education. As soon as my copy was cataloged, several professors and numerous students visited the reference department to thumb through it. I bet your copy would be heavily used too."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780275985967
  • Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/30/2006
  • Series: Praeger Perspectives Series
  • Edition description: 4-Volume Set
  • Pages: 1296
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 5.30 (d)

Meet the Author

E. WAYNE ROSS is Professor, Dept. of Curriculum Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He is the General Editor of the four-volume Defending Public Schools.

VALERIE OOKA PANG is Professor, San Diego State University, School of Teacher Education. She has held fellowships at the Annenberg Institute for School Reform and the Spencer Foundation. Her articles have appeared in numerous professional publications.

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Table of Contents

Volume 1: Principles of Multicultural Education

General Editors' Introduction by Valerie Ooka Pang and E. Wayne Ross

Introduction: Race, Ethnicity, and Education: Principle and Practices of Multicultrual Education by Valerie Ooka Pang

Foundations of Multicultural Education

Multiculturalism Matters: Learning from our Past by Yoon Pak

What Is Multicultural Education? Principals and New Directions by Valerie Ooka Pang, Jessica Gordon Nembhard, and Kathi Holowach

Human Learning and Cognitive Development: Conceptual Foundations of Multicultural Education by Brenda X. Mejia and Edmund W. Gordon

Addressing Equity Issues In Schools

Critical Multicultural Social Studies: A Dialogue from the Borderlands: The Borderlands Collective for Social Justice by Marc Pruyn, et al.

Religious Identities and Religious Stereotypes: Their Roles in School by Binaya Subedi

Listening to African American Males' Conceptions of High Stakes Tests by Carl A. Grant and Anthony L. Brown

Leadership, Community Partnerships, and Curriculum in Culturally Diverse Schools

Seeing with Cultural Eyes: Leadership for Change in Multicultural Schools by Olga Welch

Misconceptions in the Education of African American Students: We Believe In Education by Mary Anderson and Gwen Webb-Johnson

Cuturally Meaningful Classrooms: The Five C's of Best Practices by Patricia J. Larke, et al.

School Reform and Teacher Education

Seeking Educational Justice for Hmong Children: The Journey and Transformation of Two Professors Given the Opportunity of Working With Hmong Students by Clif Tanabe and Ron Rochon

Resisting Resistance in Multicultural Teacher Education byGeneva Gay and Carolyn Jackson

Multicultural Teacher Education: Preparing Teachers for Educational Equity by Francisco Rios and Allen Trent

Volume 2: The Social Contexts and Professional Development for Teachers of Linguistically Diverse Students

But She Speaks English by Lee Gunderson

The Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach: An Update by Anna Uhl Chamot

Preparing Teachers to Work With Second Language Learners by Vicki Nilles, Leticia Alvarez and Francisco Rios

What Happened to Social Studies and Civics Education by Evangelina Bustamante-Jones Points of Origin and Community Literacies

Literacy Lessons from Both Sides of the Border: Views of Reading and Writing in a Mexican Community by Patrick H. Smith and Robert T.

Jimenez

Oaxacan Parents' Perceptions of Literacy Learning by Mario Lopez

Que Dice Aqui Building on the Translating Experiences of Immigrant Youth for Academic Literacies by Marjorie Faulstick Orellana

Achieving Identities: How Do Youth Identities Matter in School Achievement by Elizabeth Moje

Parents' Expectations and Children's Early Literacy: Reimagining Parent Engagement through Parent Inquiry by Vivian Gadsden and Aisha Ray

Classroom Environments and Instructional Practices for English Language Learners

Desiging Powerful Early Literacy Instruction for Diverse Children by Patrick Manyuk

Perceptions, Tensions, and Practices: A Novice Teacher in a Multilingual "Mainstream" Classroom by Lara J. Handsfield

Creating Literacy Communities in Multicultural and Multilingual Classrooms: Lessons Learned from Two European American Elementary Teachers by Youb Kim and Jennifer Turner

Culturally Congruent Literacy Instruction for Struggling Asian American Readers by Jia-ling Yau and Robert T. Jimenez

Volume 3: General Editors' Introduction by Valerie Ooka Pang and E. Wayne Ross

Introduction: Race, Ethnicity, and Education: Racial Identity in Education by H. Richard Milner and E. Wayne Ross

Foundational Concepts of Racial Identity in Education

Essentializing Identity Development in the Education of Students of Color by Donna Y. Ford, Tarek C. Grantham and James L. Moore III

What's Race Got To Do With It? Race, Racial Identity Development and Teacher Preparation by Adrienne D. Dixon

Racial Identiaty Development

Promoting Latina and African American Girls Self Construction in Urban Educational Settings by Janie Victoria Ward and Carmen N. Veloria

Latino Racial Identity: Blurring the Color Blind and Creating Fluid Understandings of Identity by Jason G. Irizzary

Finding My Way to Asian America by Soo Hong

Asian American Identity Development by Derek Kenji Iwamoto and Leon Caldwell Mixed Heritage People and the Redefinition of Racial Diversity by Matt Kelley and Sasha Tanaka Clark

Race, Sexuality, and Education by Kevin K. Kumashiro and Lance T. McCready

Racial Identity, Teaching and Learning

The Power of Story: How Personal Narratives Show Us What Teachers Can Do to Fight Racism by Judson C. Laughter, et al. Nurturing an Agentic Perspective in Efforts to Increase Academic Excellence by Beatrice L. Bridglall Bridging the Gap: Effective Practice and Research to Improve African American Student Achievement by Tyrone C. Howard and Ifeoma Ann Amah

The Educated Black Man: A Worldview by Darrell Cleveland

A Holistic Model of Learning Identity by Lee Brown

"Cultural Roots": A Possible Systemic Educational Lens for Mentoring African American Students for Academic Acquisition of Knowledge by Claudia Phillips Joplin

"Do You Believe I Can Fly?" Understanding the Connection Between Racial/Ethnic/Ethnic Identity Development and Academic Achievement by Ceola Ross Baber and Jewell E. Cooper

Volume 4: General Editors' Introduction by Valerie Ooka Pang and E. Wayne Ross

Introduction: Race, Ethnicity, and Education: Racism and Anti-Racism in Education by E. Wayne Ross

Conceptualizing Racism and Anti-Racism

The (White) Color of Color Blindness in 21st century Amerika by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick

We Cannot be "Color-blind": Race, Anti-racism and the Subversion of Dominant Thinking by George J. Sefa Dei

Against Racism and Irrationalism: Toward an Integrated Movement of Class Struggle in Schools and Out by Rich Gibson

Rethinking Particularity: Critical Perspectives on Multiculturalism and Curricular Transformation in Higher Education by John Welsh

Racism and Anti-Racism in Schools

igh-Stakes Testing, Nationally and in the South: Disparate Impact, Opportunity to Learn, and Current Legal Protections by Jay P. Heubert

Whole Schooling as a Framework for Anti-Racist Education by Michael Peterson

Anti-Racist Education in Majority White Schools by Christine Sleeter and Linda Turner Bynoe

Revisiting Critical Race Pedagogy in the New Millennium by Marvin Lynn

Preparing Anti-Racists Educators

Preparing Teachers for Diversity/Teacher Education and Anti-Racist Pedagogy by Joyce E. King

Demystifying Our Reality: Deconstructing Our Policies of Non-Engagement by Rudolfo Chavez and Jeanette Haynes Writer "If only we could find some!" The White Privilege of Teacher Education by Rasheeda Ayanru, Eugennio Basualdo and Stephen C. Fleury

Avoidance, Anger, and Convenient Amnesia: White Supremacy and Self-Reflection in Social Studies Teacher Education by Luis Urrieta, Jr. and Michelle Reidel

Overcome Disparity: Repositioning Leadership to Challenge the Conceptual Underpinnings of Anti-Racist Education by Carolyn M. Shields and Russell Bishop

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