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- The High School Journal
- The University of North Carolina Press
- Teaching Students How to Think Critically: The Confederate Flag Controversy in the High School Social Studies Classroom Volume 87, Number 2, December 2003-January 2004, pp. 56-65
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This issue contains 7 articles in total
- Teaching Students How to Think Critically: The Confederate Flag Controversy in the High School Social Studies Classroom
- The Marriage of Rigorous Academics and Technical Instruction with State-of-the-Art Technology: A Success Story of the William T. McFatter Technical High School
- Educating "Good" Citizens: Imagining Citizens of the New Millennium
- Is No Child Left Behind 'Wise Schooling' for African American Male Students?
- As Strong as the Weakest Link: Urban High School Dropout
- Exposing the Reality Gap: Public Expectations and Boston Public
- From Values Based on Simplicity and Standardization Toward the Realities Found In Complexity and Contingency: A Particular View for High School During the 21st Century
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