Stereotypes alive and well in classrooms

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA–The work of a sociology researcher can extend over decades and involve time-consuming and patient studies of people, especially in schools, with their marked differences in the backgrounds of teachers and students. Ruth Arber lectures in education at Deakin University and for the past 30 years she has worked as a teacher and a researcher in Melbourne full story

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One Response to Stereotypes alive and well in classrooms

  1. I really appreciated this article. hmm… I think that the world today has less racism. Think of it this way: This article would not and could not be published decades ago, right? so i would say that the human race have improved. Let’s think positive …

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