The Pedagogy of Oppression

McLaren, Peter; Farahmandpur, Ramin
July 2006
Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Jul2006, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p94
Discusses the educational policies of the No Child Left Behind Act passed in 2001 in the U.S. Improvement in performance of schools required by the law; Factors that led to the implementation of the law; Causes of underachievement among students of color; Effect of the trend towards standardized curriculum and testing on working-class students and students of color; Removal of obstacles to the recruitment of high school students in the military.


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