Hegemonies of English and Ways for Teacher Educators to Counter Them in School Settings

Almost unanimously, hegemons in education insist that Standard Edited English should be the oral and written language of schooling in the US. This is problematic considering the many languages and varieties of languages students speak, both historically and today. Educator preparation programs must include the history, practices, and policies of linguistic hegemony so preservice teachers can learn to reframe language instruction and assessment.

Hegemonies of English

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