Reproducing Reproduction: The Politics of Tracking
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"Although sixty-five years have passed since Count's study, schools continue to reproduce class, gender, and racial inequality. The problem is most clearly evident in institutionalized tracking."
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McLaren, P. (1988). Reproducing reproduction: The politics of tracking. In H.A. Giroux (ed.), Teachers as intellectuals: Toward a critical pedagogy of learning (pp. 186-195). Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey Publishers.
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