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Constructing cultural difference and educational achievement in schools
This volume presents an overview of current anthropological thinking on the education of minority students, bringing the perspectives of educational anthropology to bear on understanding minority education and resolving its inequities. At the core of the book are some papers from an invited session of the American Anthropological Association in 1985, supplemented by other discussions from the same area.
Author/Creator: Eisenhart, M., Graue, M.E.
Author's address: Ablex Publishing Company
355 Chestnut Street
Norwood, NJ 07648
Journal/Secondary Title: Minority education: Anthropological perspectives.
Publisher: Ablex Publishing Corporation
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