Regardless of Brown vs. Board of Education decision in 1954, K-12 schools in the US are still racially segregated and the segregation is likely to perpetuate educational inequity. This paper deconstructs the factors that perpetuate educational inequity based on race by exploring the concept of race, how structural inequity based on race is perpetuated through knowledge construction, and also how Critical Race Pedagogy could serve as a potential intervention to the perpetuation of inequity.
Key words: race, structural racism, knowledge construction, cultural reproduction, CRP, CRT.
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