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Handbook of the Cultural Foundations of Learning offers a vision of educational research that situates culture in the learning sciences alongside equity of educational processes and outcomes. Timely and innovative, Chapter 11, "Learning Pathways: How Learning is Culturally Organized," presents a developing framework for conceptualizing learning as occurring along culturally-organized learning pathways. It draws attention to the specific resources to which learners have access, the ways that learners are differentially positioned within the broad range of learning settings in which they participate, and the role that issues of identity—who one is in the process of becoming—play in learning.

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