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Title:
A different vision : a revolution against racism in public education
Author:
Anglada Bartley, Susan, author.
Publication Information:
Eugene, OR : Luminare Press, [2018]

©2018
Physical Description:
241 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Summary:
"Different Vision: A Revolution Against Racism in Public Education, offers a vision for radical transformation of public education in the United States. This text is designed for educators, district leaders, administrators, professors, parents, and community members who are concerned about systemic racism in public education. It demonstrates the ways in which white supremacy is perpetuated at the institutional and classroom levels, providing an alternative vision. The book acknowledges the reality that 82% of U.S. educators are white. It challenges readers to examine how racism is perpetuated in our district offices, schools, assessment systems, and classrooms. It demands inclusion of more educators of color in service of our diverse student populations. Rejecting racist, authoritarian systems of control and domination must be the first priority in envisioning a new and radically different system of public education. This book calls you in to that revolution."--Author's website.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781944733506
Format :
Book

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