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Change is gonna come: Transforming literacy education for African American students

Change is Gonna Come

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Language and literacy series New York, N.Y., Teachers College Press; International Reading Association, New York; Newark, DE, p.202 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LC2717 .E394 2010

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8543673

Keywords:

Academic achievement--United States, African Americans--Education, Language arts--United States

Notes:

"While many books decry the crisis in the schooling of African American children, they are often disconnected from the living experiences and work of classroom teachers and principals. In Change is Gonna Come, the authors look back to go forward, providing specific practices that K-12 literacy educations can use to transform their schools. The text addresses four major debates: the fight for access to literacy; supports and roadblocks to success; best practices, theories, and perspectives on teaching African American students; and the role of African American families in the literacy lives of their children."