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Ignore the course I chose above (actual course isn't listed here). I took education M186 (Equal rights and unequal education) and loved it. She is an exemplary professor--gives you the truth as it is in an objective manner, period. She will actually give you extra credit for attending the supplementary lectures and participate in class. I got an A-. The course consists of 5 papers. Three 4-page essays and two 5-page essays for the final
Great class, but pretty challenging. Both Professors were great, will have to read and put in time to get an A.
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Professor Gandara is an amazing professor and individual. She has so much to say about school inequality, her work is truly admirable. If you can, take this class. The fact that they no longer need to be teacher but she, along with Professor Orfield, do so says a lot of the dedication they have about inequalities in schools.
The class consisted on a 10-pg paper and a 23-hr final.