Educ 1100 Human Diversity & PEA 299 Intercultural
Understanding and Competence: Spring 2004 - Vaxjo University: Kajsa Higgins
& Helen Mongan-Rallis
- McIntosh, P. (1989). White
Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack. in Peach and Freedom.
Julu/August 1989, 10-12. [copy
of article - scanned and in readings folder]
- Teaching Tolerance: http://www.tolerance.org/teach
- Public Attitudes Toward Low-Income
families and Children. (http://www.nccp.org/pub_pat.html)
(2 articles linked from this page)
- Employment Alone is Not
Enough for America's Low-Income Children and Families. Living at the
Edge:Research Brief No.1 by Nancy K. Cauthen and Hsien-Hen Lu (2003). National
Center for Children in Poverty,
Columbia University. (http://www.nccp.org/media/lat03.html) Download as
an 11 page pdf.
- A National
Study of School Effectiveness for Language Minority Students' Long-Term
Academic Achievement: Final Report Executive Summary. by Wayne
P. Thomas and Virginia P. Collier (CREDE) (http://www.crede.ucsc.edu/research/llaa/1.1_es.html).
Especially focus on last section of this report summary on Major Policy
- Brain Research: Implications for Second Language Learning
- Teaching Language
Minority Students in Elementary Schools by Jana Echevarria
(Ed). California State University, Long Beach. December 1998. (http://www.crede.ucsc.edu/research/llaa/rb1.shtml).
Based on CREDE's Five Standards for Effective Teaching and Learning, this
article focuses on language development (standard II) to illustrate how
teaches can apply that standard in their instruction with English Language.
Overviews some basic steps teachers can take to facilitate the students'
- Teaching Secondary
Language Minority Students by Jana Echevarria
and Claude Goldenberg, California State University, Long Beach. October 1999
(http://www.crede.ucsc.edu/research/llaa/rb4.shtml). Similar to the article
above for elementary students, this one is on language and academic development
for ELL at the secondary level.
Education Resources (http://www.rethinkingschools.org/special_reports/bilingual/resources.shtml)>
Variety of articles including: Bilingual Education is a Civil and Human Right;
Leaving English Learners Behind; Does Bilingual Ed Work? Bilingual Education:
A Goal for All Children; Bilingual Education Works; Raising Children's Cultural
Voices; A History of Bilingual Education.
Return to Separate and Unequal (http://www.rethinkingschools.org/special_reports/prrac/index.html).
You can download the full report from here or an executive summary. Describes
how Milwaukee area
schools have become separate and unequal.
No Child Left Behind Act. (http://www.rethinkingschools.org/special_reports/bushplan/index.shtml).
Provides links to a variety of articles about implications of NCLB.
approaches to anti-racism education. Racism No Way - Working
Together (http://www.racismnoway.com.au/together/international). Looks at
anti-racism work in Australia, UK, USA. Very important reading to lay
foundation as it looks at similarities and historical underpinnings across