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Carl A. GRANT & Vonzell Agosto

In: The SAGE Handbook for Research in Education: Engaging Ideas and Enriching Inquiry

Chapter 6: What are We Tripping On?: Transgressing the Fault Lines in Research on the Preparation of Multicultural Educators

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What are We Tripping On?: Transgressing the Fault Lines in Research on the Preparation of Multicultural Educators
What are we tripping on?: Transgressing the fault lines in research on the preparation of multicultural educators

An enduring problem in multicultural education over the past 50 years has been the following: How can teacher education programs prepare, train, and/or influence preservice teachers to teach all students effectively? Or, put more simply, how do we prepare preservice teachers to become multicultural educators? The purpose of this chapter is to discuss some of the research in multicultural teacher education that speaks to and, in so doing, participates in the life of this enduring problem. The guiding question from which we work and invite readers to consider is as follows: In ...

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