Vol. 10 Nbr. 1, March 2006
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- A Dine (Navajo) perspective on self-determination: an exposition of an egalitarian place.
- Academic achievement in an age of irresponsibility.
- Thinking philosophically.
- Talking to foucault: examining marginalization and exclusion in academic science.
- The devils in curriculum studies: multitude and multiplicity.
- Intersecting systems: abuse implications for teachers.
- Crashes into the silences we carry: an essay review of Otto Santa Ana's (editor), Tongue-Tied: The Lives of Multilingual Children in Public Education.
- Border crossing identities: "critical multicultural ways of knowing".
- After the crash: moving from a discourse of deficit to a discourse of potential.