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Introduction to the Special Issue

    1. R Introduction to the Special Issue: Rethinking Indigenous Education from a Latin American Perspective
      1. Elsie Rockwell
        Ana Maria R. Gomes


    1. R Hybrid Literacies: The Case of a Quechua Community in the Andes
      1. María Teresa de la Piedra
    2. R Becoming Neuquino in Mapuzugun: Teaching Mapuche Language and Culture in the Province of Neuquén, Argentina
      1. Andrea Szulc
    3. R "Opening to the Other": Schooling among the Karipuna and Mebengokré-Xikrin of Brazil
      1. Antonella Imperatriz Tassinari
        Clarice Cohn
    4. R Indigenous School Policies and Politics: The Sociopolitical Relationship of Wayãpi Amerindians to Brazilian and French Guianan Schooling
      1. Silvia Lopes da Silva Macedo
    5. R Responsibility and Reciprocity: Social Organization of Mazahua Learning Practices
      1. Ruth Paradise
        Mariëtte de Haan

Book Reviews

    1. R On Ethnography: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research – By Shirley Brice Heath and Brian V. Street, with Molly Mills
      1. Aiko Miyatake
    2. R Theory and Educational Research: Toward Critical Social Explanation – By Jean Anyon
      1. Aurora Chang-Ross
    3. R Fertilizers, Pills, and Magnetic Strips: The Fate of Public Education in America – By Gene V. Glass
      1. Alex Posecznick
    4. R Ways of Knowing: New Approaches in the Anthropology of Experience and Learning – Edited by M. Harris
      1. Janice B. Fournillier
    5. R Sustaining Linguistic Diversity: Endangered and Minority Languages and Language Varieties – Edited by Kendall A. King, Natalie Schilling-Estes, Lyn Fogle, Jia Jackie Lou, and Barbara Soukup
      1. Kara D. Brown
    6. R Writing from These Roots: Literacy in a Hmong-American Community – By John Duffy
      1. Theresa McGinnis