ject and provided a sounding board for many of the ideas in this book, including Mark Langseth, Mike Miller, Christine Sleeter, Candace Thomas, and Rahima Wade. A special tribute goes to Jim Bonilla, my role model for living a life that integrates engaged service with a passion for social justice. The staff at Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Naomi Silverman, Lori Hawver, and Robin Marks Weisberg provided encouragement and technical support. The final organization of the text was improved considerably by an early review from Kathleen de Marrais at the University of Georgia. Finally, the inspirational view of the Bay offered by Eric Bohr, Ellen Rinehart, and Daisy Rinehart-Bohr is what got this project off the ground.
-- Carolyn O'Grady
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