textbook, multicultural curriculum
This chapter is a critical analysis of the Florida textbook adoption policy and its recent changes. A critical multicultural and critical race theory lens is taken in the analysis of documents for how the representation of ethnic and racial minority groups is reduced and might be enlarged through alternative policy making processes.
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The New Politics of the Textbook: Critical Analysis in the Core Content Areas, p. 17-40.
Scholar Commons Citation
Williams, Randria and Agosto, Vonzell, "Missing and Shrinking Voices: A Critical Analysis of Florida's Textbook Adoption Policy" (2012). Educational and Psychological Studies Faculty Publications. 12.
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Missing and Shrinking Voices: A Critical Analysis of Florida's Textbook Adoption Policy
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