Two noted educators invite new and veteran teachers on an
intellectual guided tour through the troubles of bad practice and
the delights of good. This volume is a collection of classic
essays--as urgently needed now as whey they first appeared--on
social class, race, gender, and schooling crafted over the course
of two decades. The authors invite all of us to take a serious look
at the paradox of public education--the ways in which urban schools
reproduce social inequalities while, at the same time, serve as
sites for learning at its most transformative and compelling. A
must-read for all those educators who believe that "we can no
longer afford to cede this space to policymakers who know little of
the life of a classroom, the curiosity of a child, and the moral
imperatives of teaching for critical citizenship."
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