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The evolution of education has not been televised: Educational inequalities and the impact of change
Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education (2006)
  • Andree Robinson-Neal, Azusa Pacific University
Abstract
The historical evolution of education and impact of its inequalities have not been televised. The world is more often exposed to “overcomology” —society’s assertion that oppressed peoples or so-called minorities have overcome past injustices and are now able to access the same educational opportunities as so-called majority groups. This paper provides a Gil Scott-Heron-esque review of the effects of inequalities on this key social institution.
Keywords
  • inequalities in education
Publication Date
2006
Citation Information
Andree Robinson-Neal. "The evolution of education has not been televised: Educational inequalities and the impact of change" Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education Vol. 8 Iss. 2 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/arneal/5/