Reimagining Citizenship: A Review of Angela Banks’ Civic Education in the Age of Mass Migration
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Keywords:civic education, citizenship education, legal studies in education, education, social studies, civic engagement, immigration, citizenship
This review of Angela M. Banks’ book, Civic Education in the Age of Mass Migration, provides an overview of the book and highlights timely and important issues that may be of interest to most civic educators and researchers. Emphasizing her expertise as a legal and immigration scholar, the reviewers discuss Banks’ incisive examination of the boundaries of citizenship in civic education.
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