Download PDF by Debra Meyers,Burke Miller: Inequity in Education: A Historical Perspective

By Debra Meyers,Burke Miller

ISBN-10: 0739133977

ISBN-13: 9780739133972

Inequity in schooling represents the newest scholarship investigating problems with race, classification, ethnicity, faith, gender, and nationwide identification formation that prompted schooling in the USA all through its historical past. concentrating on subtle undergraduates in addition to graduate scholars and experts, this fascinating new assortment will capitalize at the starting to be curiosity within the historic foundations of the issues dealing with our colleges this day. This number of state-of-the-art essays and first resource files represents quite a few theoretical and methodological views that might attract either social and cultural historians in addition to those that educate schooling classes, together with introductory surveys and foundations courses.

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