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Community, Schooling, and the Education of Racialized Students: A Postscript

  • Carl E. JamesEmail author
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Abstract

With reference to the arguments and information presented in the chapters and drawing on Critical Race Theory, this Postscript explores the place of race in structuring the experiences, circumstances, opportunities, and life trajectories of students. It highlights the usefulness of a student-centred approach in which community is recognized as playing a significant role in the schooling and educational needs, interests, performance, aspirations, and outcomes of students.

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Acknowledgements

Thanks to Sam Tecle for telling me about his experiences with students as he endeavoured to create an educational program that was meaningful to them.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community & DiasporaYork UniversityTorontoCanada

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