The Social Justice and Multicultural Teacher Educators Resource Survey was conducted by Paul C. Gorski, EdChange founder, in November and December, 2009. Participants (N=219) were asked to identify scholars, resources, and organizations which have been particularly influential to their work in teacher education. They included faculty of multicultural or social justice education courses, multicultural education specialists in schools and districts, those working for education non-profits focused on social justice teacher education, and others involved in multicultural or social justice teacher education. The purpose of the survey was to uncover the materials, ideas, and frameworks most often employed in teacher education for multiculturalism and social justice. Results should not read as "best-of" or "recommended resources" lists. For more information on the survey email Paul C. Gorski.
Results of the 2010 Social Justice and Multicultural Teacher Educators Resource Survey
Before reading these lists, please read an important note about the methodology and purpose of this survey.
Note: Please remember that Paul C. Gorski and EdChange do not necessarily endorse all of the resources on these lists. We only are reporting the results of the survey.
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