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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Youth as a minority.
Washington, National Council for the Social Studies 
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|Description:||viii, 142 pages illustrations 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Youth as a minority, by L. Cuban.--Factory, by G. Shaw.--Turn left at Scarsdale, by M. Marqusee.--Leasa, Johnny, and Pablo speak out.--Life of a student: two viewpoints.--Why students want their constitutional rights, by N. Henthoff.--Student activists, by L. Cuban.--Dianne, Roger, and Michael speak out.--Realationships between teachers and students, by L. Cuban.--Kris, Lucy, and James speak out.--Dialogue between two teachers: a learning experience for students and teachers, by L. Cuban.--Fondling the real world, by S. Bhaerman.--Guerilla manual.--Changes teachers can make, by L. Cuban.--Wanted: a humane education.--Toward a democratic student government, by J. Koskinen, R. Shadden, and S. Steffan.--Bibliography (p. 140-142).|
|Series Title:||Teaching social studies in an age of crisis, no. 4.|
|Responsibility:||Illus. by Robert M. Diamond.|