Multicultural Service Learning as Authentic Assessment: Carter G. Woodson's Mis-Education of the Negro Revisited

Warren, Cleopatra
June 2007
Black History Bulletin;Summer/Fall2007, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p4
Academic Journal
The author reflects on issues related to multicultural service learning. According to the author, multicultural education is a reform movement created to provide a framework for infusion of the various contributions of the diverse ethnic groups comprising American society. She discusses her teaching approach which involves the integration of primary sources into the curriculum.


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