Minority Education and Analytical Thinking Skills: Traditionalizing Disempowerment

@article{Freed2000MinorityEA,
  title={Minority Education and Analytical Thinking Skills: Traditionalizing Disempowerment},
  author={C. Freed and Craig Robert Pena},
  journal={The High School Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={85},
  pages={24 - 32}
}
This research examines a community struggling to define the type of education needed for its children. After years of being a minority culture in a much larger school district, a small group of individuals in the community petitioned the state to begin a new school district. Community members indicated a desire for an emphasis on vocational skills so students would be more employable. The teachers, most coming from outside the community, wanted a more liberal arts curriculum with an emphasis on… Expand

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