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|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||378.26 O11L||c.03||Available|
|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||378.26 O11L||c.02||Available||Water damage|
|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||378.26 O11L||c.01||Available|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 190-198) and index.
Prologue : Learning Power -- Unjust schools -- The limits of school reform -- Participatory social inquiry : what John Dewey offers equity reformers -- Futures : students disrupting high school inequality -- Teaching to change Los Angeles : teachers bringing social justice to urban classrooms -- Building power : what grassroots organizing offers equity reformers -- Parent-U-Turn : parents organized for inquiry and action -- The educational justice collaborative : activist groups working together for equitable schools -- Making schools and society just : the power of inquiry and organizing.
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