Examines the ways in which writers and artists have attempted to address children’s experience of atrocity.
Examines innovative writing pedagogies and the experiences of Latinx student writers at Hispanic-Serving Institutions nationwide.
Presents the key experiences of a diverse group of teachers and students in their journeys of becoming social justice educator/scholars.
An interdisciplinary anthology exploring issues related to diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice.
Demonstrates how ingrained ideas of race created and sustain the achievement gap in U. S. schools.
Explores the ways that immigrant youth identities are shaped by dominant discourses.
Addresses the concerns of the marginalized in the American school curriculum.
Explores collaborative, democratic ways of preparing teachers to educate urban, working-class students.
Examines the making of multiethnic literature and its place both in the classroom and in popular culture.
Teachers, community activists, and parents acknowledge and applaud democratic educational systems that establish partnerships between universities and the urban communities they serve.
A thoroughly revised and updated edition of the classic text. Focuses on the roles of hope, participation, and change in reforming American schools.
Argues for a more valid and democratic approach to assessment and accountability.
An activist group works to bring a multicultural education program to an urban public school system.
An interdisciplinary reader exploring issues related to diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice.
Provides a coherent framework for preparing teachers to work with a diverse student population.
Presents current research and theoretical perspectives on the challenges facing educators in U. S. urban schools.
This book explores how to make teacher preparation more multicultural.
This book explores and expands upon linkages between multicultural education and critical pedagogy, drawing on the shared goal of challenging oppressive social relationships.