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Changes in Preservice Teachers' Knowledge and Beliefs about Language Issues
Examined how predominantly female, white preservice teachers' knowledge and beliefs about language issues changed after an intensive multicultural education course. Data from surveys and course assignments indicated that students made significant gains in three areas: personal beliefs about diversity; professional beliefs about diversity; and multicultural education knowledge. There were also significant gains in language beliefs and knowledge about language issues. (SM)
Author/Creator: Torok, Camille E., Aguilar, Teresita E.
Date Published: Sep
Journal/Secondary Title: Equity & Excellence in Education
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