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Education Reform and Social Change: Multicultural Voices, Struggles and Visions / Edition 1

Education Reform and Social Change: Multicultural Voices, Struggles and Visions / Edition 1

by Catherine E. Walsh
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    ISBN-13: 2900805822525
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis
    Publication date: 05/28/1996
    Edition description: New Edition
    Pages: 288
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

    Table of Contents

    Contents: Preface. C.E. Walsh, Introduction. Part I: The Social Construction of Policy. M. Espada, The New Bathroom Policy at English High School. R. Rice, C.E. Walsh, Equity at Risk: The Problem With State and Federal Education Reform Efforts. A.J. Rom, School Finance and Equal Education Opportunity. G.E. Gonsalves, Language Policy and Education Reform: The Case of Cape Verdean. T. Baez, E. Mack, Reclaiming and Transforming Community Through Adult Education. B.M. Zapater, Accepting the Challenge, Unleashing the Potential: A Look at Latino Students in Boston, Massachusetts. Part II: Collaborations for Change. P.N-C. Kiang, Southeast Asian and Latino Parent Empowerment: Lessons From Lowell, Massachusetts. C. Perez-Bustillo, Rocking the Cradle: A Case Study of Linguistic Minority Educational Rights in Florida. S. Lee, D. Brugge, Grassroots Multiracial Organizing for Parent Empowerment in Education. La Colectiva Intercambio, Ways of Looking, Teaching, and Learning: A Tapestry of Latino Collaborative Projects. Part III: Transforming Pedagogy. T. Barrientos, A Window: Testimony of a "Minority" Teacher. Students for Cultural and Linguistic Democracy, Reclaiming Our Voices. S. Nieto, "I Like Making My Mind Work": Language Minority Students and the Curriculum. A.F. Ada, A Visionary Look at Spanish Language Arts in the Bilingual Classroom. S. Marcelino, Oye!! Do You Understand... Part IV: New Conceptualizations and Visions. A.M. Ochoa, R.W. Espinosa, Beyond Educational Reform: Public Equity and Critical Pedagogy. P.J. Negroni, The Transformation of Public Schools. C.E. Walsh, Making a Difference: Social Vision, Pedagogy, and Real Life. S. Marcelino, Myself. Radical Educational Reform, Critical Pedagogy, and Multicultural Education: Selected Readings and Resources.

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