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Lecture #2

by: Danelle Almiranez
Danelle Almiranez

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EDUC 60 - Intro to Education
Cruz, C
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Danelle Almiranez on Tuesday October 4, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDUC 60 at University of California - Santa Cruz taught by Cruz, C in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see EDUC 60 - Intro to Education in Education at University of California - Santa Cruz.


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Date Created: 10/04/16
9/28/17 Lecture #2 BEGINNING: ● Back then, community voted people into the government to figure out the  laws/what’s taught and how we wanted it to be taught in public schools. ● #RejectTheText­ Texas. A discussion that rewrites African Americans as  immigrants and play down people’s contributions to community. It talks about Latinos  lazy, so parents made an organization to reject it.  ● Who benefits from this textbook?  VIDEO #1: ● Texas textbooks need to make sure to get the “okay” from school board ● Changes: ○ “Capitalism”­ “free market” VIDEO #2: ● Critics say new textbook is “inaccurate” and “offensive” ● 100 errors ● Anti­Mexican and anti­immigrant ○ Viewed as lazy compared to English ● Racist textbooks READING KEY­CONCEPTS: Baldwin and Goodlad ● Identity ● Dostility ● Ecosystem ○ Hierarchy of things ○ Components that interact with each other  ○ Kinetic cause and effect ○ Ecosystem of school: gym, therapist, library  ● Continuous renewal ● Social democracy ● Political democracy  ● Democratic citizenship ● “Schooling is not synonymous to education” ● Training is synonymous to schooling. ● We need more community members ● Schizophrenia ● Morally neutrality  ○ Schools can’t be morally equal  ● Input ● Infrastructure ● Criminal conspiracy ● Political manipulation  LECTURE: ● Goodlad is positive ○ Dean of UCLA ○ 40 books on school ● Baldwin is critical  ○ Lived in France ○ Gay African American ○ Came to America to help with civil war ● UC being open admission ○ Exclusiveness  ○ Hard work didn’t pay off ○ Places where it’s hard to get into is more “prestigious”  ● Meritocracy  ● Paradox of education  ○ Challenge injustice ○ Ideology­ something becomes common sense  ■ Meaning of homeless­ shifted in the 80s, criminal  and violent not down on their ■ Interesting in the power of ideology  ■ Schizophrenia: how life’s supposed to be vs. how it  really is ■ Nothing is on accident (Texas) ○ Purpose of education:  ■ What is it that the US want from young people?  Training? It’s not all bad.  ■ All the teachers and politicians can change their  minds (#RejectTheText) 


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