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Learning to Teach for Social Justice (Multicultural Education) (Multicultural Education, 11) 1st Edition

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"This book is a singular contribution to the multicultural education literature because it is one of the first publications to describe the voices, perspectives, and experiences of students learning to become teachers in diverse classrooms." - From the Series Foreword by James A. Banks --.

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Linda Darling-Hammond is Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education at Stanford University and faculty sponsor for the Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP). Jennifer French teaches English and social studies at Tennyson High School in Hayward, California. Silvia Paloma Garcia-Lopez is a social studies teacher at Santa Clara High School in Santa Clara, California.
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