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Creating Critical Classrooms: K-8 Reading and Writing With an Edge

Creating Critical Classrooms: K-8 Reading and Writing With an Edge

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provides a curricular conscience to . The collection of vignettes, thought pieces, and invitations pulls out a chair at the table as Teachers and professors discuss classroom practice in light of .... This work...demonstrates exemplary literacy practices, but also demonstrates education that ‘liberates’ instead of ‘domesticates’ or ‘alienates.’....   [It] is culturally sensitive, critically astute—and absolutely essential for and teacher educators today.”—Linda Christensen
Rethinking Schools, From the Foreword

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