An important contribution by Dawn Gill and Les Levidow to the topical debate on multi-cultural education. The papers extend from general issues about science, nature and race to practical teaching guides and suggested projects, and offer proposals for an anti-racist curriculum.
“This book should be essential reading for all science teachers who are concerned to place their role in a wider social context.” New Scientist
“This is an extremely informative book which should be read by everyone involved in science education. It shatters the myth that science is objective knowledge by analysing how racism permeates science and science teaching.” The Journal of Biological Education