Against the Multicultural Agenda: A Critical Thinking Alternative


An examination of the philosophical assumptions, theoretical currents, and conceptual foundations of multicultural education and multiculturalism. The author identifies profound weaknesses in both projects, and presents an alternative proposal for educational reform and social change that stresses the development of students' critical-thinking skills.


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