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My Eyes Have Been Opened: White Teachers and Racial Awareness.
Examines the narratives of 6 White teachers of racially diverse classrooms who had been nominated as being "aware of race and racism" by a diverse panel of experts. Provided implications for restructuring teacher education programs include revising candidate selection criteria, increasing the racial diversity of students and faculty, experiencing "immersion" in communities of color, and using autobiographical narrative as a pedagogical tool.
Contributor: Johnson, L.
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Teacher Education
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