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These Schools Belong to You and Me: Why We Can't Afford to Abandon Our Public Schools


reviewed by Angela Cartwright — February 08, 2018

coverTitle: These Schools Belong to You and Me: Why We Can't Afford to Abandon Our Public Schools
Author(s): Deborah Meier & Emily Gasoi
Publisher: Beacon Press, Boston
ISBN: 0807024732, Pages: 208, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 08, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22267, Date Accessed: 4/24/2018 8:29:20 PM

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  • Angela Cartwright
    Midwestern State University
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    ANGELA MALONE CARTWRIGHT holds a BA in Integrated Social Studies for 7-12 Education, an MA in Drama, Literacy, Language Arts, and Reading, and a PhD in Multicultural and Equity Studies in Education. She is a lead faculty member in both Social Studies Education and Human Diversity at Midwestern State University. Before joining MSU, Dr. Cartwright taught secondary social studies in an Ohio public high school and elementary social studies and literacy in West Virginia with AmeriCorps. Dr. Cartwright serves as an NCSS SPA review team leader and auditor, as well as the co-chair of the NCSS Educators for Social Justice Special Interest Community. Dr. Cartwright’s 2017 publications include "Making the political personal: Using film to teach social justice in social studies" in Cinematic Social Studies and "Movement in the social studies classroom" in Moving into the Classroom.
 
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