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Reclaiming the Multicultural Roots of U.S. Curriculum: Communities of… (edició 2016)

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"This book serves as a much needed correction to the glaring gaps in U.S. curriculum history. Chapters focus on the curriculum discourses of African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos during what has been construed as the 'founding' period of curriculum studies, reclaiming their historical legacy and recovering the multicultural history of educational foundations in the United States."--Page [4] of cover.Within curriculum studies, a "master narrative" has developed into a canon that is predominantly White, male, and associated with institutions of higher education. This canon has systematically neglected communities of color, all of which were engaged in their own critical conversations about the type of education that would best benefit their children. Building upon earlier work that reviewed curriculum texts, this book serves as a much-needed correction to the glaring gaps in U.S. curriculum history. Chapters focus on the curriculum discourses of African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos during what has been construed as the "founding" period of curriculum studies, reclaiming their historical legacy and recovering the multicultural history of educational foundations in the United States. -- Provided by publisher.… (més)
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Títol:Reclaiming the Multicultural Roots of U.S. Curriculum: Communities of Color and Official Knowledge in Education (Multicultural Education Series)
Autors:Wayne Au (Autor)
Informació:Teachers College Press (2016), 192 pages
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"This book serves as a much needed correction to the glaring gaps in U.S. curriculum history. Chapters focus on the curriculum discourses of African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos during what has been construed as the 'founding' period of curriculum studies, reclaiming their historical legacy and recovering the multicultural history of educational foundations in the United States."--Page [4] of cover.Within curriculum studies, a "master narrative" has developed into a canon that is predominantly White, male, and associated with institutions of higher education. This canon has systematically neglected communities of color, all of which were engaged in their own critical conversations about the type of education that would best benefit their children. Building upon earlier work that reviewed curriculum texts, this book serves as a much-needed correction to the glaring gaps in U.S. curriculum history. Chapters focus on the curriculum discourses of African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos during what has been construed as the "founding" period of curriculum studies, reclaiming their historical legacy and recovering the multicultural history of educational foundations in the United States. -- Provided by publisher.

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