Making Choices for Multicultural Education: Five Approaches to Race, Class and Gender / Edition 6 available in Paperback
Focusing on what multicultural education actually looks like in the classroom, "Making Choices for Multicultural Education, Sixth Edition" encourages all to examine the latest theoretical perspectives on multicultural education, as well as personal beliefs about classroom diversity. The authors show how schools reflect broad patterns of institutional discrimination, and then offer five different approaches to addressing such problems in the classroom.
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About the Author
Christine Sleeter is Professor Emeritus at California StateUniversity-Monterey Bay and Vice President of Division K, Teachingand Teacher Education, of the America Educational ResearchAssociation.
Carl Grant is Professor of Teacher Education in theDepartment of Curriculum and Instruction at the UniversityWisconsin-Madison and Chair of the Publication Committee of theAmerican Education Research Association. He is a past president ofthe National Association for Multicultural Education.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Illusions of Progress, Business as Usual
Chapter 2: Teaching the Exceptional and the CulturallyDifferent
Chapter 3: Human Relations
Chapter 4: Single-group Studies
Chapter 5: Multicultural Education
Chapter 6: Multicultural Social Justice Education
Chapter 7: Our Choice: Multicultural Social JusticeEducation