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Multicultural Education is a quarterly magazine published by Caddo Gap Press in San Francisco, Calif. Its subject is multicultural education and its audience includes educators, scholars and students.Set up an RSS feed
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Indigenous Systems within the African-American Community: Stories, Studies, and Statistics of the Resiliency of the African-American Family
June 22, 2011... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Well, son, I'll tell you: Life for me ain't been no crystal stair. It's had tacks in it, And splinters, And boards all torn up, And places with no carpet on the floor --Bare But all the time I'se been a-climbin' on And reachin' landin's, ...
Culturally Relevant Political Education: Using Immigration as a Catalyst for Civic Understanding
June 22, 2011... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Introduction In an analysis of National Assessment of Educational Progress data, Niemi and Junn (1998) found that students in the United States know very little about politics. While this news may be unsettling to those who place a premium on engaged citizenship, it...
A Critical Look at Four Multicultural Reform Efforts in One Urban College of Education
June 22, 2011... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] We were told that our cat had fleas; I had never seen a flea in our place, ever. But once you had the Borax down, then suddenly, every now and then, you could see fleas hopping... --Edward, Faculty Member The urban college of education where we teach has a...
Shared Success: Voices of First-Generation College-Bound Latino/as
June 22, 2011... Introduction Inquiry into the academic achievement of Latino/a youth in the United States should be of major interest to teachers, administrators, families, communities, scholars, and policy makers committed to equitable multicultural education in our schools. Not only are Latinos the most...
The Politics of a Child Study Team: Advocating for Immigrant Families
June 22, 2011... Purpose Educational research undertaken for the public good incites educators who work in under-served communities not only to highlight the educational policies and practices that lead to the further marginalization of these communities, but also to imagine ways in which such hegemony can...