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Occupying Schools, Occupying Land: How the Landless Workers’ Movement Transformed Brazilian Education


reviewed by Bradley A. U. Levinson - August 24, 2020

coverTitle: Occupying Schools, Occupying Land: How the Landless Workers’ Movement Transformed Brazilian Education
Author(s): Rebecca Tarlau
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford
ISBN: 019087032X, Pages: 416, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 24, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23419, Date Accessed: 10/29/2020 3:38:07 AM

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  • Bradley Levinson
    Indiana University
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    BRADLEY A. U. LEVINSON, Ph.D., is Professor of Education at Indiana University. He has published extensively on the anthropology of education, secondary education reform and democratic citizenship in Latin America, and critical social theories in education.
 
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