Three teacher educators trained in the 1960's reflect on how to ensure educational equity in high-needs schools of today. The article starts with a description of the education the writers want for all children, and outline the processes and practices needed to sustain it. This is followed by a discussion on how schools of education can equip teachers with the values, understandings, and strategies they will need to achieve these goals.
Diamond, J., Reitzes, F., & Grob, B. (2010). The Right to Learn: Preparing Early Childhood Teachers to Work in High-Need Schools. Occasional Paper Series, 2011 (25). Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2011/iss25/2
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