Critical Black Pedagogy in Education | Rowman & Littlefield
Critical Black Pedagogy in Education
Critical Black Pedagogy in Education Series highlights issues related to the education of black students. The series offers a wide range of scholarly research that is thought provoking and stimulating. It is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of pre-service teachers, practicing teachers, administrators, school board members, higher education employees as well as those concerned with the plight of black education. A wide range of topics from K-12 and Higher Education are covered in the series relative to black education. The series is theoretically driven by constructs found in cultural studies, critical pedagogy, multicultural education, critical race theory, and critical white studies. It is hoped that the series will generate renewed activism to uproot the social injustices that impact black students.

Editor(s): Abul Pitre