Handbook of Social Justice in Education

Un libro in lingua di Ayers William (EDT) Quinn Therese (EDT) Stovall David (EDT) edito da Routledge, 2008

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Ayers (education, U. of Illinois at Chicago) et al. bring together 52 chapters on social justice in education, with focus on themes of race, ethnicity, and language, gender and sexuality, disability, youth, globalization, teacher education, and pedagogy and social justice in the classroom. Activists, intellectuals, educators, and artists from around the world contribute chapters on topics such as bilingualism, civil rights, and human rights, creating safe schools for gay youth, HIV and sexuality education, special education, teaching inner city youth, curriculum, and educational policies. Each section ends with a response essay. Historical and theoretical background is included, such as specific social movements, philosophical origins, and public and private ideas of evaluation, as well as international perspectives. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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