Appiah, K. A. (2008). Chapter 6: Education for Global Citizenship. Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education 107.1: 83-99. New York Times Ethicist and arguably the most engaging writer on cosmopolitanism, Kwame Anthony Appiah writes about global citizenship in schools.
Appiah, K. W. (1998). ‘Cosmopolitan patriots’, in P. Cheah and B. Robbins (Eds.), Cosmopolitics: Thinking and feeling beyond the nation (pp. 91-116). MN: University of Minnesota Press. In this landmark essay, Appiah reflects on the way in which his father’s cosmopolitanism was rooted in his nationhood.
Hansen, D. T. (2010). The Teacher and the World: A Study of Cosmopolitanism as Education. London & New York: Routledge. Hansen outlines the tenets of educational cosmopolitanism.
Gaudelli, W. (2003). World Class: Teaching and Learning in Global Times. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Gaudelli describes the very real challenges of global citizenship education at three schools in New Jersey.
Diversity & Social Justice
Fox, D., & Short, K. G. (2003). Stories matter: The complexity of cultural authenticity in children’s literature. Urbana, IL: National Council for Teachers of English. In this spirited collection of essays, teachers, writers, and scholars spar on the issue of authenticity in children’s literature.
Nieto, S. & Bode P. (2018). Linguistic diversity in the US classroom. Affirming diversity: The sociopolitical context of multicultural education. (p. 210-252). Boston: Pearson. In easy-to-read language voice of academic jargon, Nieto and Bode review of the major theories that attempt to explain the poor academic achievement among many minority students—internationally.
Tuck, E. (2009) Suspending damage: A letter to communities. (2009). Harvard Educational Review, 9 (3), 409-427. This oft-cited essay by rising star Eve Tuck critiques the pervasiveness of deficit views of minorities in education research.
https://dianeravitch.net/ Policy expert Diane Ravitch dishes on the latest in public education.