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Word Up, Student Teachers!

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The World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis Is Still the West’s War on Brown Children

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New Zealand’s Literacy Gap: A Call to Action for Student Teachers

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Ngataki School, 1930-70

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Education: Beeby’s, Tomorrow’s and Today’s

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Radical feminist theorists do not seek to make gender a bit more flexible, but to eliminate it. They are gender abolitionists, and understand gender to provide the framework and rationale for male dominance.

— Sheila Jeffreys, Gender Hurts: A Feminist Analysis of the Politics of Transgenderism

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