Caddo Gap Press has supported the voices
of progressive and radical change in American and international
education as an independent publisher since 1989. We are committed
to publishing works of educational, cultural, community, and
public value, which despite their intellectual and political
merit are too often deemed unprofitable or politically unsuitable
by larger commercial publishers.
Our aim as an independent press
is to present the perspectives of critical scholars, disseminate
the work of traditionally underrepresented voices, and address
the otherwise marginalized issues and concerns of education
in transition. We offer promising efforts at reform and innovation
from a variety of educational and cultural fields and settings
that move beyond failing mainstream rhetoric to expand dialogue
More about our mission
- Special Issue Alerts:
"Family, School, and Community Partnerships: Working with Culturally Diverse Families." This Spring/Summer 2014 issue, guest-edited by Reyes L. Quezada of the University of San Diego, features articles exploring families, schools, and communities across the United States and Canada. Quezada concludes his introduction by saying: "If we are to develop a viable global citizenry, we need to insure that our teacher education graduates are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required to work with ethnically and linguistically diverse students and their families."
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“Sustainability Education: A Multicultural Interdisciplinary Inquiry into Human-Environmental Relationships.” To kick off the 21st year of publication of Multicultural Education, the Fall 2013 issue is paradigmatic. Don’t’ miss it. The issue contains a collection of articles that explores the relationship between sustainability education, multiculturalism, and multicultural education. Guest-edited by Thomas Nelson, John Cassell, and Harriett Arnold of the University of the Pacific, this issue stretches the scholarly boundaries of multicultural education and challenges everyone in the field to understand and respond to the world’s ecological crisis. This is an essential, timely discussion we all need to join.
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- We Are Celebrating: Why don’t you celebrate with us! The 20th anniversary of Multicultural Education, a special expanded Spring-Summer 2013, is available. This issue features a collection of our most provocative, and visionary articles selected and reprinted from the most recent ten years of the magazine. It is assured to be a great addition to any research library. This is an issue that no one in the field will want to miss. Get your copy now. Preview the issue below.
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- Multicultural Education Magazine Celebrates 20 Years: Please join us in celebrating the 20th year of publication of Multicultural Education magazine during this 2012-2013 academic year. You are invited to join in the celebration by subscribing to Multicultural Education to assure that you will not miss any issues and by submitting manuscripts for our consideration. (read more...)
- New Editor for Journal of Educational Foundations: We are pleased to announce the appointment of Michael E. Jennings, professor and associate dean of the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Texas at San Antonio, as the new editor of the Journal of Educational Foundations. (read more...)
- Special Issues:
Linguistically Diverse Students & Their Families
This special issue presents eleven articles on bilingual impacts, teaching language learning, family literacy, and researching bias.
Hurricane Katrina: Schools, Culture, & Trauma
This special issue on Hurricane Katrina and its impact on schools and education in the New Orleans area features eleven compelling articles, poetry, photographs, and artwork by international sculpture Eddie Dixon.
The popular "Innovative Practices" issue of Multicultural Education
Features a dozen articles that spotlight teacher activism and inspiring new approaches in education. Current MCE calls for manuscripts: Voices of Justice Creative Writing
- We are pleased to announce three
recent book releases:
The War Schools of Dobrinja: Reading, Writing, and Resistance during the Siege of Sarajevo
Tells "the story of the teachers and students of Dobrinja, the students who asserted their right to their education and the teachers who answered their call..."
Key Questions for Educators
A collection of 40 original essays on central concepts in education.
The Judicious Professor: A Learner-Centered Philosophy for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
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