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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Multicultural science education: moving beyond tradition] -- "Science for all" and invisible ethnicities: how the discourse of power and good intentions undermine the national science education standards -- Teaching science from a critical multicultural perspective -- Prospective teachers' education world view and teacher education programs: through the eyes of culture, ethnicity, and class -- Enhancing the science interest of African American students using cultural inclusion -- Native American science education and its implications for multicultural science education -- Multicultural science education program demonstrates equity and excellence -- Good versus bad culturally relevant science: avoiding the pitfalls -- Rethinking multicultural science education: representation, identities, and texts -- Defining a theoretical framework for multicultural science.
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