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Policy, Pedagogy, and Social Inequality: Community College Student Realities in Post-Industrial America

Synopsis

Drawing extensively from critical educational theory, feminist perspectives and the writings of community college insiders as well as from her three years of classroom research, Professor Herideen develops the concept of Critical Mainstreaming. This model is designed to maximize both critical thinking and career success for nontraditional students.