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Education and Class
The working class is nearly invisible in multicultural education literature. Examines the possibilities of a more careful foregrounding of the complexities of social class in shaping life chances, focusing on the educational experiences of working class students and discussing the poor in order to promote understanding of the potential of teacher advocacy to help all children living in poverty. (SM)
Contributor: Van Galen, Jane A.
Date Published: Spr
Journal/Secondary Title: Multicultural Education
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