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Critical race theory refers to a broad social scientific approach to the study of race, racism, and society. 37 0 obj x�c```��,f���(�� 8A����k�&]�k0�qzQ��.���Wq��Y�H�u��S�Z�J+�6����,���'��3���-2�h����T��E��=K�-����og�k`�y�t���aϽ����Aic@0�S7���f�e }g^�� �^�;尀C��!c�o���*V2�y��.J���� <>>>/StructParents 13/Parent 34 0 R/MediaBox[0 0 493.23 697.32]>> This article examines the development of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in education, paying attention to how researchers use CRT (and its branches) in the study of K-12 and higher education. 10 0 obj endobj 44 0 obj 2 0 obj 251 0 obj endobj !dȝ�. /Type /Page 30 0 obj /Pages 165 0 R endstream 5 0 obj /Filter /FlateDecode � <>stream 28 0 obj endstream 43 0 obj pursuing a degree in Urban Education & Social Foundations of Education. 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Board is), and, until recently, other ethnic/racial groups have not been included in the conversation. �2T0 BCc333C=c#��\.��@�B��L�UЏH34Vp�W� [~ %PDF-1.4 With 28 newly commissioned pieces written by the most renowned scholars in the field, this handbook provides the definitive statement on the state of critical race theory in education and on its possibilities for the future. This article uses three tenets of critical race theory to critique the common pattern of teacher education focusing on preparing predominantly White cohorts of teacher candidates for racially and ethnically diverse students. Scherer, A. G. (2009) Critical theory and its contribution to Critical Management S tudies. 7 0 obj endstream endobj endobj ��> �`+�d�V�)I_֢͚�C[��@K��EJ����(�v��� �D�{�w�}�!-K�4� �2T0 BCc333C=c#��\.��@�B��L�UЏH3Up�W� O�� %PDF-1.4 /CropBox [ 0 -8 612 792 ] First Published 2013 . While Critical Race Theory has the noble goal of pointing out problems that can be hard to see and that maintain or constitute racism, it turns out to be a remarkably bad way of going about this. Critical Race Theory Analyzed, but Rejected 134 4. <>>>/StructParents 7/Parent 3 0 R/MediaBox[0 0 493.23 697.32]>> (Eds. endobj /Subtype /Image >> /ColorSpace /DeviceRGB 0000022120 00000 n 9 0 obj endobj Edited By Marvin Lynn, Adrienne D. Dixson. Monique Constance-Huggins is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh. Using critical race theory (CRT), I analyze what this emergence of primarily youth-led activism means in the context of decades of neoliberal education reform. endobj Author Note. endstream endobj endobj 0000015003 00000 n <>stream �2T0 BCc333C=c#��\.��@�B��L�UЏH�Pp�W� O�� << Dorian L. McCoy and Dirk J. 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