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Critical Race Theory Perspectives on the Social Studies : the Profession, Policies, and Curriculum - Gloria Ladson-Billings

Critical Race Theory Perspectives on the Social Studies

the Profession, Policies, and Curriculum

By: Gloria Ladson-Billings (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st January 2003
ISBN: 9781593110352
Number Of Pages: 300

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This text offers critical race perspectives on social studies. It is divided into four sections which focus on: the profession; the policies; the curriculum; and the technology.

Lies My Teacher Still Tells: Developing a Critical Race Perspective Toward the Social Studiesp. 1
The Profession
A Bridge Over Troubled Water: Social Studies, Civic Education, and Critical Race Theoryp. 15
The Dis(g)race of the Social Studies: The Need for Racial Dialogue in the Social Studiesp. 27
From Liberal Teacher to Liberated Teacher Educator: A Reflection on My Journey Through the Professionp. 45
The Policies
The Persistent Deracialization of the Agenda for Democratic Citizenship Education: Twenty Years of Rhetoric and Unreality in Social Studies Position Statementsp. 71
A Look at Race in the National Standards for the Social Studies: Another Bad Checkp. 99
The Curriculum
Deracialization in Social Studies Teacher Education Textbooksp. 123
Uneasy Similarities, Uneven Parallels: Race, Sexuality and Civil Rights Discoursep. 149
Ethnic Youth Programs: Teaching About Caring Economic Communities and Self-Empowered Leadershipp. 171
To Greet the Dawn with Open Eyes: American Indians, White Privilege and the Power of Residual Guilt in the Social Studiesp. 199
The Technology
Learning from Black Folk(s): Race, Technology, and Societyp. 231
Race, Social Studies, and the World Wide Webp. 247
Technology, Race Consciousness and the Oppressor: A Plea for the Performativep. 271
About the Contributorsp. 291
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ISBN: 9781593110352
ISBN-10: 1593110359
Series: Research in Social Education
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 300
Published: 1st January 2003
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.6