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Critical Race Theory Perspectives on the Social Studies: The Profession, Policies, and Curriculum (Research in Social Education)

This book is about Gloria Ladson-Billings
Dive into the depths of social studies with a transformative lens in "Critical Race Theory Perspectives on the Social Studies: The Profession, Policies, and Curriculum." Published on November 1, 2003, this insightful compilation, inspired by social justice leader Gloria Ladson-Billings, challenges traditional narratives and presents a critical race theory approach to the realm of social studies. Ideal for college students, this book is segmented into four pivotal sections: the profession, policies, curriculum, and technology, each offering a unique critique that underscores the importance of racial justice, education equity, and voting rights. Through this scholarly work, readers are encouraged to scrutinize the underlying racial assumptions in educational frameworks and policies, fostering a more equitable future in education. Engage with this text and be inspired to question, reflect, and act on the pressing issues of social justice in education today.
Published by Information Age Publishing on November 1, 2003
300 pages
ISBN: 9781593110345
Best for readers in College
This book provides valuable insights into Education EquityRacial Justice, and Political Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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