Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education
James A. Banks, Cherry A. McGee Banks
Wiley, Apr 23, 2001 - Education - 912 pages
"The depth and breadth of coverage is remarkable and the level of research and scholarship impressive."
This groundbreaking handbook pulls together the leading figures in multicultural education to discuss the history, philosophy, practice, and future of the field. In 47 chapters, they evaluate the debate on multicultural education, examine issues of academic access and achievement, summarize research on the effective education of specific ethnic groups, describe racial and ethnic issues in higher education, and much more. Comprehensive and authoritative, this is a must–read for anyone interested in improving the educational prospects for all children.
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