How can parents, educators, and clergy work together for the quality of lives for African American children? Mtoto House: Vision to Victory addresses this question by presenting the theories and practices of a faith-based institution called Mtoto House, the "Children's Community." The history and rituals of this institution along with the voices of children and adults are presented in a readable style. This book also provides a discussion of analyses and implications for parents, educators, and clergy.
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About the Author
Shelley McIntosh is Assistant Professor of Urban Education at the University of Houston Downtown. She holds an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Teacher Education.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Acknowledgments Chapter 4 Introduction Chapter 5 The Beginning Chapter 6 Theoretical Pillars Chapter 7 Theory and Practice Become One Chapter 8 Miracle Workers Chapter 9 The Voices of Our Children Chapter 10 The Essence of Our Children's Voices: An Analysis Chapter 11 Critical Reflection: Looking Back and Looking Forward Chapter 12 Appendix Chapter 13 Bibliography Chapter 14 Author's Bio Chapter 15 Index