Racism and Education: Structures and Strategies
Dawn Gill, Barbara Mayor, Maud Blair
SAGE Publications, Jan 21, 1992 - Social Science - 326 pages
This broad-ranging text offers a timely overview of both the social basis of racism in education, and the policies that have attempted to combat it. Focusing mainly on the effectiveness or otherwise of multicultural and antiracist policies, the book situates racism at school in the widest context, from the experience of individuals to the social and institutional background. A successful balance of important recent articles and substantial contributions specially written for this text, Racism and Education is essential reading for teachers, students and all those concerned with discrimination and with antiracist policy.
An Open University Reader for the course `Race', Education and Society.
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