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Methodologies for Researching Cultural Diversity in Education
Conflict Transformation Through School
Children's Literature in Multilingual Classrooms
Imagining the Real
Travellers and Home Education
Education and Social Mobility
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Trentham Books, an imprint of IOE Press, is at the leading edge of education and social justice. It publishes groundbreaking books and develops educational provision for bilinguals, refugee children, and other minorities, and challenges bigotry and discrimination in schools and society.Trentham was founded in 1982 by educationalists Professor John Eggleston and Dr Gillian Klein. Gillian continues as the Publisher of Trentham Books, securing the legacy of this unique and valued imprint.
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You, Me and Diversity
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Institutional Racism in the Academy
Institutional Racism in the Academy: A case study
, does contain a few implicative resources for Higher Education administrators, teachers, students, community stakeholders, and the larger public. Pilkington provides an introductory understanding of how political relationships, born out of policy,
effect race relations. In addition, the book offers readers a rhetorical roadmap of how to negotiate complex policies that are embedded in archaic tradition. Most importantly, the book gives voice to marginalized communities who suffer from oligarchic rule and un-democratic barriers. In order for the Higher Education community to move forward in its ability to engage in deep, innovative, and healthy conversations on race around world, they must de-construct the traditional norms that continually perpetuate hate for underrepresented groups. Given the long history of texts on race around the world, I would, arguably, rank this book on my top ten list as an 8, given its brief (less than 200 pages) overview of institutional racism."
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- NACADA Journal (National Academic Advising Association)
Lutz van Dijk
Barry Van Driel
"Challenging Homophobia: Teaching about Sexual Diversity is a must-read text for any instructor, throughout the world, who is interested in eradicating homophobia in their school system. The book includes a plethora of resources, from grassroots organizations and sexual diversity curriculums to websites
and documentaries. The final section of the book also highlights seven examples of best practices that can be taught to students in a variety of grade levels."
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- Feminist Review
A Guide to Developing the ICT Curriculum for Early Childhood Education
"This is a fascinating introduction to an important new aspect of early childhood education. Summing Up: Highly recommended."
Another School Is Possible
“With the steamroller of...education policies flattening teachers, students and children, we need this book to stop the machine in its tracks.”
- Michael Rosen, children's author and broadcaster
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