What we know about managing classrooms

Goldberg, M.F.
April 1992
Educational Leadership;Apr92, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p80
Profiles Shirley Brice Heath, an anthropologist, linguist and social historian. How, through her studies on `subordinated populations,' she has committed herself to fostering appreciation of diverse cultures and understanding how those cultures affect children's learning experiences.


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