Achieving Educational Equality Through Curriculum Desegregation

Gay, Geneva
September 1990
Phi Delta Kappan;Sep90, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p56
Deals with how to school curricula should be reformed to equalize educational opportunities for culturally different students in the U.S. Emergence of a dual system of access to knowledge and accountability for performance; Persistence of unequal learning opportunities; Discussion on the general pattern of curriculum; Direction of curricula development.


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