Who we are and how we learn: educational engagement and justice for diverse learners

United States of America: Cognella Academic Publishing (2016)
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The text serves as an education program handbook for understanding the complexities of student engagement and providing access, equity, and justice for learners, with an emphasis on students with diverse backgrounds. The book examines current research and best practices on engagement for these learners and explores educational issues through social, cultural, and racial lenses.

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