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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lynn Kell Spradlin; Richard D Parsons
|Description:||xxviii, 304 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Section I: UNDERSTANDING WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE A MARGINALIZED STATUS IN AMERICAN SOCIETY. 1. Defining Marginalization. 2. Minority Parent Alienation in Schools. 3. School Climate. 4. The Classroom Teacher. Section II: MINORITY VOICES - RACE, ETHNICITY, CLASS, GENDER, SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND DISABILITY. 5. Learning from Native American Stories. 6. Learning from Asian American Stories. 7. Learning from Latino/a Stories. 8. Learning from African American Stories. 9. Learning from Working Class Stories. 10. Learning from Women's Stories. 11. Learning from Gay Men's and Lesbian Women's Stories. 12. Learning from Persons' with Disabilities Stories. Section III: PROMOTING CHANGE AND ACHIEVEMENT. 13. Reducing Stratification Effects on Academic Achievement. 14. Transforming Knowledge: A Primary Form of Teacher Advocacy. 15. Moving from Me to We: Advocacy for Teachers. Index.|
|Responsibility:||Lynn Kell Spradlin, Richard D. Parsons.|
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