|aLanguage and cultural diversity in U.S. schools :|bdemocratic principles in action /|cedited by Terry A. Osborn.
|aWestport, Conn. :|bPraeger Publishers,|cc2005.
|ax, 229 p. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|gIntroduction :|tparticipating in democracy means participating in schools /|rTerry A. Osborn,|rDina C. Osborn --|tEmergent possibilities for diversity in reading and the language arts /|rCara Mulcahy --|tBilingual education : good for U.S.? /|rMileidis Gort --|tAccents and dialects : Ebonics and beyond /|rTimothy Reagan --|tA case study in cultural and linguistic difference : the DEAF-WORLD /|rTimothy Reagan --|tForeign language education : it's not just for conjugation anymore /|rTerry A. Osborn --|tMulticultural education is good for the United States beyond sensitivity training /|rWanda DeLe漃n,|rXa歋 Alicia Reyes --|tPolicies for a pluralistic society /|rCasey Cobb,|rSharon F. Rallis --|tWhat September 11 also teaches us /|rDavid Gerwin,|rTerry A. Osborn.
|aMulticultural education|zUnited States.
|aLanguage arts|xSocial aspects|zUnited States.
|aOsborn, Terry A.,|d1966-
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0512/2005013516.html