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Radical Pedagogy is an academic journal dedicated to "the institutional, political, and social aspects of education that impact critical pedagogical theory and practice." Published since 1999, this journal features contributions from a global and interdisciplinary group of scholars and includes explorations on issues within early childhood, K-12, and higher education. On this website, visitors may read current and past articles in full. Presently, in the Current Issue, education scholar Kaia Tollefson and librarian Monica Pereira examine challenges faced by Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) and strategies to meet these challenges; social scientist Vernon E. Smith explores a specific model for teaching about racial and ethnic prejudice in a college-level introductory Psychology course; and education scholar Kathryn S. Young examines the geography of educational programs across Denver Public Schools and equity concerns related to this geography.
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2016-12-02
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