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Race for a Change in Continuing and Higher…

Race for a Change in Continuing and Higher Education (The Cutting Edge)

by Mal Leicester

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In this work, Mal Leicester argues that an anti-racist, pluralist approach can transform adult education in higher education and in other contexts; that adult and continuing education departments are potential agents of change in higher education with regard to the development of anti-racist higher education; and that race and culture issues, properly understood, could empower higher education in its most central tasks. She justifies these claims by focusing on both theoretical debates and practical experience, drawing on her own and others' empirical research. "Race for a Change in Continuing and Higher Education" aims to stimulate thinking on theoretical considerations, and offers guidance for practice both in terms of student learning and of securing relevant instituttional change.

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