An introduction to multicultural education
The book opens by describing the goals of multicultural education and misconceptions about it. Banks' five dimensions of multicultural education are also discussed early in the book, exposing readers to the framework that is used in school districts across the country and is widely reprinted in educational publications. It devotes an entire chapter to curriculum, clearly outlining the difference between curriculum transformation and curriculum integration of ethnic and cultural content.
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Dimensions and School Characteristics
Challenges to Multicultural Education
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