How long?. Rosa Parks. CRT and Culture. What happens when we look at curriculum, instruction, and learning through the lens of race and/or culture?. Curriculum, Instruction, Learning. Is our current way of looking at curriculum, instruction, and learning the only way to look at curriculum…?
What happens when we look at curriculum, instruction, and learning through the lens of race and/or culture?
~Essentially direct quotes from Ladson-Billings & Tate, p. 51
-Woodrow Wilson as presented by Ladson-Billings & Tate, p. 51
Excerpt from Valenzuela’s Subtractive Schooling…
-virtually all Mexican and generationally diverse (45 percent immigrant and 55 percent U.S. born)
-Teachers: predominantly non-Latino (81 percent)
-In 1992, a full quarter of the freshman class repeated the grade for at least a second time…
-Between 1,2000 and 1,500 students enter the 9th grade each year and only 400 to 500 students graduate in any given year.
NC Report Card 2008-2010 (1 School):
Percentage who passed BOTH the reading and math tests. Typically students score lower in reading…
White: 86.3 Black: 33.3 Hispanic: 28.3