We Can't Teach What We Don't Know: White Teachers, Multicultural Schools, Revised / Edition 2by Gary Howard, Sonia Nieto
Pub. Date: 02/28/2006
Publisher: Teachers College Press
With lively stories and compelling analysis, Gary Howard takes his readers on a journey of personal and professional transformation. From his 25 years of experience as a multicultural educator, he looks deeply into the mirror of his own racial identity to discover what it means to be a culturally competent White teacher in racially diverse schools. Inspired by his extensive travel and collaboration with students and colleagues from many different cultures, We Can't Teach What We Don't Know offers a healing vision for the future of education.
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This books RIPS into any white teachers. This man spews garbage based on his "visions" he had in the 1970's. Teachers are being FORCED to read this and repent their racist methods of teaching. This book is perfect for a fire when you've run out of wood. Unfortunately there was no rating lower than a one star. Trust me taking any time to read his reverse racist trash will infuriate you.
This book is awesome! I think that anyone should read it but anyone in the education field should absolutely read. It show the importance of race, social class, and status. It helps to open people's eyes to see that their is a problem with the educational system and the population at large and that we need to o something about.