Jun 20

Learning Disability: Social Class and the Construction of Inequality in American Education

Posted by Soliloquy in For teachers | Kindle | Learning Disabled

This book was written for sociologists concerned with education, but should be read by anyone interested in learning disability as a concept, either from a practical or theoretical standpoint. It is especially recommended for special educators and other professionals concerned with children who experience difficulties in school learning, as well as for the parents of such children. . . . Carrier has written an intelligent, well-documented, and important book that s… More >>

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Learning Disability: Social Class and the Construction of Inequality in American Education

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