#17 – Special guest, Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Professor of Latina/Latino Studies and Race and Resistance Studies at San Francisco State University, joins Dr. Terrance L. Green (he/him) on the podcast. Terrance and Jeff discuss the promises and possibilities of community responsive education, its relation to culturally responsive teaching and culturally relevant pedagogy. We also talk about some of the lessons that he’s learned from the Roses In Concrete School that he helped co-found, and we discuss what educators can learn from Tupac. This is the second part of two episodes with Dr. Duncan-Andrade.
You can learn more about Jeff’s work and follow him on Twitter at @JDuncanAndrade.
2 thoughts on “The Radical Possibilities of Community Responsive Education (Part 2) w/Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade”
Thanks for your blog, nice to read. Do not stop.
Thank you very much, Terrance.