What Schools Can Do:(Suny Series, Teacher Empowerment and School Reform) Critical Pedagogy and Practice

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Organized around three themes--mechanisms of domination and control, pedagogies of possibility, and theory as critique--this volume links education with an analysis of politics and economics, and takes as central the possibilities of schools as places where social critique and the empowerment of students can take place. The articles included all originally appeared in the Journal of Education (School of Education, Boston U.). Paper edition (unseen), $12.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction 1
I Theorizing Power/Knowledge
The Hope of Radical Education 13
Schools and Families: A Feminist Perspective 27
Sex, Pregnancy, and Schooling: Obstacles to a Critical Teaching of the Body 49
Presence of Mind in the Absence of Body 75
Knowledge, Power, and Discourse in Social Studies Education 95
Multicultural Education: Minority Identities, Textbooks, and the Challenge of Curricular Reform 117
Culture, Pedagogy, and Power: Issues in the Production of Values and Colonialization 133
II Pedagogies of Possibility
Decentering Discourses in Teacher Education: Or, the Unleashing of Unpopular Things 151
The Politics of Race: Through the Eyes of African-American Teachers 177
The Art of Being Present: Educating for Aesthetic Encounters 203
Schooling, Popular Culture, and a Pedagogy of Possibility 217
Critical Mathematics Education: An Application of Paulo Freire's Epistemology 237
Writing Pedagogy: A Dialogue of Hope 265
Contributors 283
Index 287
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