Table of contents for Literacy as a civil right : reclaiming social justice in literacy teaching and learning / edited by Stuart Greene.

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Table of Contents
Introduction: Teaching for Social Justice
Stuart Greene
I. The Sociopolitical Context of Schooling
1. Still_Black @ the The Challenge 
of Faculty Racial Identity in Teacher Education
Gloria Ladson-Billings
2. Education Policy, Race, and Neoliberal 
Pauline Lipman
II. How Race is Lived in Schools
3. ?Even sweet, gentle Larry?? The Continuing 
Significance of Race in Education
Amanda Lewis
4. For What It?s Worth: Civil Rights and the Price 
of Literacy
Bob Fecho
Sarah Skinner
5. The Wages of Whiteness? Literacy and Life 
Goals in an All-White Suburban High School
Jennifer Seibel Trainor
III. Teaching for Social Justice
6. Re-visiting Playing in the Dark: The Hidden 
Games of Racialization in Literacy Studies and 
School Reform 
Carol Lee
Afterword: Language and Literacies as Civil Rights
Kris Gutierrez

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Literacy -- Social aspects -- United States.
Minorities -- Education -- United States.
Racism in education -- United States.