The Autobiography Of An Ex Colored Man Summary

The Autobiography Of An Ex Colored Man Summary

… and the way these cultures function in education (Ladson-Billings, 1995, p. 483). These concepts go beyond just teaching students skills; they require students to take responsibility for their own education, giving students the opportunity to address their cultural uniqueness
Public education still needs to make inroads to adequately address the culture and learning styles and cultural uniqueness of African American students (Hale-Benson, 1986; Irvine, 1992; …

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