An Introduction to Multicultural Education
Introduces the major issues, concepts, paradigms and teaching strategies in multicultural education. The book provides a comprehensive overview of multicultural education, a grasp of its complexity and an understanding of what it means for educational practice.
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School Knowledge and Multicultural Literacy
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