Black children, their roots, culture, and learning styles

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Brigham Young University Press, 1982 - Education - 191 pages
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"Argues that since black children grow up in a distinct culture, they require 'an educational system that recognizes their strengths, their abilities, and their culture, and that incorporates them into the learning process'." -- Washington Post

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Contents

Introduction
1
How Culture Shapes Cognition
21
Culture and ChildRearing
45
Copyright

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