Exploration of the Value of Hmong-Related Curricula to Hmong American Postsecondary Students
Moua, Bao Kou
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Critical race theory (CRT) recognizes race and racism as deeply embedded in all aspects of institutional life, including education. It encourages contextual, interdisciplinary knowledge and experiential knowledge as counter to dominant narrative. CRT challenges race neutrality and colorblindness (Yosso 2005). The purpose of this study was to employ the critical race theory to explore the significance of and value of Hmong-related curricula to Hmong American postsecondary students.
Critical race theory
Hmong American college students
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