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This resource provides a rationale for the development of schools that prepare students for life-long learning that is life-wide and life-deep, using the racial, cultural, ethnic, and linguistic capital that students bring from their homes and communities to teach the knowledge, attitudes, and skills they need to be effective citizens in the United States and the world. It assumes that by making use of this informal learning that occurs in the homes and communities of students, the achievement gap between marginalized students and mainstream students can be reduced.The 36-page document can be accessed free here or a print copy can be purchased for $12.00.

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