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Mission
 

Caddo Gap Press has supported the voices of progressive and radical change in American and international education as an independent publisher since 1989. We are committed to publishing works of educational, cultural, community, and public value, which despite their intellectual and political merit are too often deemed unprofitable or politically unsuitable by larger commercial publishers.

Our aim as an independent press is to present the perspectives of critical scholars, disseminate the work of traditionally underrepresented voices, and address the otherwise marginalized issues and concerns of education in transition. We offer promising efforts at reform and innovation from a variety of educational and cultural fields and settings that move beyond failing mainstream rhetoric to expand dialogue and understanding.

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Multicultural Education Magazine:

Multicultural Education magazine offers the latest in advocacy, research, and promising practices to assist teachers, educators, and students in their efforts to address equity, social justice, and success in our schools.

Multicultural Education magazine welcomes manuscript submissions year-around. See the guidelines for authors and consider subscribing or renewing today.

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CFP: Voices of Justice: Creative Writing Feature is currently accepting submissions

Educators and students are encouraged to submit to the Voices of Justice Creative Writing Feature. Share your creative voice here. Click on image below for details:

New Book

Multicultural Education: A Renewed Paradigm of Transformation and Call to Action
Edited by Baptiste, Ryan, Araujo, & Duhon-Sells

Announcing an exciting new book entitled Multicultural Education: A Renewed Paradigm of Transformation and Call to Action published in collaboration with the National Association for Multicultural Education to commemorate NAME’s 20th anniversary. Edited by H. Prentice Baptiste, Ashley Ryan, Blanca Araujo, and Rose Duhon-Sells, the volume features chapters on the history and vision of multicultural education from Geneva Gay, Carl Grant, James Banks, Christine Sleeter, and Sonja Nieto among many others. Order online or with this form.

Special Issues Of  Multicultural Education Available

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