Changing Classroom Cultures: Anti-racism, Politics and Schools
Developing strategies for effective anti-racist education in predominantly white primary schools, this book discusses the impact of both New Right and Labour Party new realist politics on the possibilities for anti-racist, anti-sexist and anti-heterosexist education in British schools.
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