Other People's Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom

How can we better educate teachers to accommodate ethnic and racial diversity? How can we stop training teachers to expect less of certain children? Drawing on her extensive teaching experience in classrooms from Alaska to New Guinea, an award-winning educator argues that all children must be given access to the codes of power that drive society.

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