Culturally Relevant Pedagogy 2.0: a.k.a. the Remix

  title={Culturally Relevant Pedagogy 2.0: a.k.a. the Remix},
  author={Gloria J. Ladson-Billings},
  journal={Harvard Educational Review},
In this article, Ladson-Billings reflects on the history of her theory of culturally relevant pedagogy and the ways it has been used and misused since its inception. She argues for the importance o... 
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