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Profoundly Multicultural Questions
Argues that multicultural education practices in most schools today have not adequately addressed the larger issues of social justice and equal access to educational resources. Discusses four profoundly multicultural questions educators must address: Who's taking calculus? Which classes meet in the basement? Who's teaching the children? How much are children worth? (Contains 25 references.) (PKP)
Author/Creator: Nieto, Sonia M.
Date Published: Dec 2002-Jan
Journal/Secondary Title: Educational Leadership
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