Multicultural Education in the U.S.: A Guide to Policies and Programs in the 50 States

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Multicultural Education in the U.S.
A Guide to Policies and Programs in the 50 States

Bruce M. Mitchell and Robert E. Salsbury

Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut · London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Alabama 5
  • Alaska 10
  • Arizona 15
  • Arkansas 20
  • California 25
  • Colorado 31
  • Connecticut 36
  • Delaware 41
  • Florida 46
  • Georgia 52
  • Hawaii 59
  • Idaho 65
  • Illinois 71
  • Indiana 78
  • Iowa 84
  • Kansas 90
  • Kentucky 95
  • Louisiana 101
  • Maine 107
  • Maryland 112
  • Massachusetts 118
  • Michigan 124
  • Minnesota 129
  • Mississippi 134
  • Missouri 140
  • Montana 145
  • Nebraska 150
  • Nevada 156
  • New Hampshire 161
  • New Jersey 166
  • New Mexico 172
  • New York 178
  • North Carolina 184
  • North Dakota 189
  • Ohio 194
  • Oklahoma 199
  • Oregon 203
  • Pennsylvania 208
  • Rhode Island 214
  • South Carolina 219
  • South Dakota 224
  • Tennessee 228
  • Texas 233
  • Utah 238
  • Vermont 243
  • Virginia 248
  • Washington 253
  • West Virginia 259
  • Wisconsin 264
  • Wyoming 269
  • Selected Bibliography 275
  • Index 277
  • About the Authors 283
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