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Education and Internally Displaced Persons: Education as a Humanitarian Response


reviewed by Leena Her ó May 20, 2015

coverTitle: Education and Internally Displaced Persons: Education as a Humanitarian Response
Author(s): Christine Smith Ellison & Alan Smith (Eds.)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic, London
ISBN: 1441196498, Pages: 208, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 20, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17972, Date Accessed: 12/15/2017 5:24:13 AM

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  • Leena Her
    Kennesaw State University
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    LEENA HER is an assistant professor of Education at Kennesaw State University. Her research and teaching interests focus on urban and multicultural education, culturally sustaining pedagogy, and inclusive education in national and international context. Her research focuses on discourses of culture and difference and their implications for how educators and policy makers theorize minority student educational achievement. She has conducted ethnographic research in Northern California, Central California, and Laos.
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