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Noldon, Carl – Urban Education, 2007
The author argues in this speech that one cannot expect students in the school system to know and understand the genius of Black history if the curriculum is Eurocentric, which is a residue of racism. He states that his comments are designed for the enlightenment of those who suffer from a school system that "hypocritically manipulates Black…
Descriptors: African Americans, World History, Textbooks, African American History
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Waite, Duncan – Urban Education, 1992
Anthropologically informed examination of instructional supervisors and supervision could reveal functions beyond counseling, teaching, and training. A literature review highlights a cultural dimension of supervision. An ethnography of supervision would elucidate the roles of supervisors just as training supervisors in ethnography could help them…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Cultural Context, Cultural Influences, Educational Anthropology
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Tate, William F. – Urban Education, 1994
Using the principle of critical race theory, the author contends that his Catholic, urban elementary school education was built on the integration of centric and conflict theories. The tension his adult voice creates in traditional academic discourse is discussed. (SLD)
Descriptors: Academic Discourse, Access to Education, Blacks, Catholic Schools