An introduction to multicultural education
This brief book is intended to provide readers with a succinct, comprehensive overview of multicultural education and what it means for classroom teaching. The book opens by describing the goals of multicultural education and misconceptions about it. Banks' five dimensions of multicultural education, discussed in Chapter 2, expose readers to the framework that is used in school districts across the country and is widely reprinted in educational publications.
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