Volume 16, No.4

Summer 2002

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  • Not All Inequality Bother Bush

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  • Philly Students Protest Edison

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  • Researching Presidents and Slavery

    By Bob Peterson

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  • Resources 16.4

    Classroom Resources This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, eds. Cherríe L. Moraga and Gloria E. Anzaldúa. (Berkeley: Third Woman Press, 2002). 370 pp. This is […]

  • Shorts 16.4

    Classroom Resources This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, eds. Cherríe L. Moraga and Gloria E. Anzaldúa. (Berkeley: Third Woman Press, 2002). 370 pp. This is […]

  • What the American Flag Stands For

    By Charlotte Aldebron, Wendy Moses

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  • No Comment 16.4

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  • Vermont May Reject Federal Money

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  • Why Talk About White Privilege?

    By Paula Rothenberg

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  • Does Bilingual Ed Work?

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  • Let Them Eat Tests

    Bush's new education bill ushers in a new era in the federal role in education — a conservative one that could hurt poor schools most.

    By Stan Karp

    Bush’s new education bill ushers in a new era in the federal role in education.

  • OBITUARY

    Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which transformed the way languageminority children are taught in the United States - promoting equal access to the curriculum, training a generation of educators, and fostering achievement among students - expired quietly on Jan. 8, 2002. The law was 34 years old.

    By James Crawford

    The Bilingual Education Act becomes the English Language Acquisition Act. Does Bilingual Ed Work?

  • Austin Says “No” to Edison

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  • Websites on Palestine and Isreal

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  • Many Thanks

    By The editors of Rethinking Schools

    A Thank You to Barbara Miner

  • Rethinking Schools Listserv

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  • Linking With the World

    By Herbert Kohl

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  • Student Handout: Salt of the Earth

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  • Jefferson and Slavery

    Following are two selections I shared with my students to help them develop a questioning attitude toward their textbooks. The first is from a fifth-grade textbook

  • Coming Out

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