Culturally Responsive Adult Education—Embracing the Power of Experience, Collaboration, and Collective Action

December 2021


General Adult Education Field

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The article discusses the importance of culturally responsive adult education (CRAE) in addressing systemic racism and injustice. CRAE incorporates culturally significant experiences, life histories, and identities in curricula and instruction, and engages learners in local social movement activities to strengthen the connection between the classroom and learners’ home communities.

The article emphasizes the need for adult education to return to its activist roots to educate learners and lead the response to calls for systemic change.

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