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    What I Teach and Why

    Selwyn R. Cudjoe
    In this article the author chronicles the major movements of Afro-American literature, demonstrating both its particularity and its universality and depicting the manner in which the content of Afro-American experiences shapes the literary forms through which it is expressed. Throughout the essay, Selwyn Cudjoe describes the perspective and methodology which underlie his teaching of Afro-American literature.

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    Fall 1980 Issue

    Abstracts

    Education and the State in Capatalist Society
    Aspects of the Sociology of Nicos Poulantzas
    H. Svi Shapiro
    The False Promises of Community Colleges
    Class Conflict and Vocational Education
    Fred L. Pincus
    What I Teach and Why
    Selwyn R. Cudjoe
    The Scholastic Aptitude Test
    A Response to Slack and Porter's "Critical Appraisal"
    Rex Jackson
    Training, Validity, and the Issue of Aptitude
    A Reply to Jackson
    Warner V. Slack and Douglas Porter
    Philosophy of Education
    Some Recent Contributions
    Israel Scheffler
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