Hegemony of English
Paulo Freire and the Curriculum
Pedagogy of Commitment
Pedagogy of Indignation
Latino Civil Rights in Education La Lucha Sigue
By Donaldo Macedo, Bessie Dendrinos, Panayota Gounari
August 27, 2003
'[P]erhaps the best analysis of the English-only movement in the US and the ramifications worldwide of language policies favouring English ...It displays a dazzling grasp of the many meanings of language and the politics that underlie language policy and educational discourse.' Stanley Aronowitz, ...
By Terese Fayden
January 15, 2006
The inspirational stories of young learners in this book discredit assumptions behind recent educational reforms, including high stakes testing and No Child Left Behind policies. The experiences of the American Indian children and the author, a kindergarten teacher, challenge the widely held ...
By Georgios Grollios, Henry A. Giroux, Panayota Gounari, Donaldo Macedo
January 30, 2015
How can Paulo Freire s progressive and vital contributions to curriculum planning can be made more relevant today for educators, policy makers and anybody involved in education? This book provides a necessary framework as it articulates significant questions. The first deals with Freire s positions...
By Paulo Freire
October 30, 2014
This first English translation of Pedagogy of Commitment takes readers deep into the acts and meaning of living a life of community and social commitment. Paulo Friere discusses how, for teachers specifically, this commitment is not only to students, to the underprivileged, or to the education of ...
By Paulo Freire
October 30, 2004
This is the first English translation of the last book written by Paulo Freire. Pedagogy of Indignation delves ever deeper into the themes that concerned him throughout his life. The book begins with a series of three deeply moving reflective "pedagogical letters" to the reader about the role of ...
Edited By Anaida Colon-Muniz, Magaly Lavadenz
October 19, 2015
Latino Civil Rights in Education: La Lucha Sigue documents the experiences of historical and contemporary advocates in the movement for civil rights in education of Latinos in the United States. These critical narratives and counternarratives discuss identity, inequality, desegregation, policy, ...
By Clark Taylor
August 30, 2013
Seeds of Freedom is a remarkable case study of liberating education in the remote Guatemalan Maya indigenous village of Santa Maria Tzeja in the four decades since it was first settled in 1970. Clark Taylor's account begins at a time in which the majority of the village consisted of illiterate ...