First published in 1986, The Realization of Anti-Racist Teaching explores the subject and importance of anti-racist education.
The book examines the relationship between the educational debate at the level of academic institutions, professional organisations, and local education authorities within the context of the actual practice of teaching. It also questions how to link anti-racist theories put forward by theorists and activists to the practice of teachers.
The Realization of Anti-Racist Teaching is a detailed discussion of the history of racism and of anti-racist teaching and education.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements; A Contextual Foreword; Introduction; 1: The Socio-Historical Background to Current Debates; 2: The Context of Anti-Racist Education; 3: Constructing an Anti-Racist Pedagogy; 4: Observing Anti-racist Teaching; Conclusion; Appendices; Bibliography; Index
Godfrey L. Brandt