Hip-hop pedagogy: a social justice approach to curriculum

Dr Edmund S Adjapong is a former teacher and now assistant professor at the Department of Educational Studies at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. He is also one of the leading theorists behind the HipHopEd movement in the US.

He writes: “In the United States, despite the plethora of curricula disseminated across schools, teachers

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