Caddo Gap Press
Caddo Gap Press, founded in 1989, specializes in publication of peer-reviewed scholarly journals in the fields of multicultural education, teacher education, and the social foundations of education. We work with a variety of scholar editors and sponsoring educational organizations with the intent of sharing with the field the most recent, most provocative, and most progressive thinking in education. Caddo Gap Press has also published over 50 books during the past two decades, and continues to welcome book ideas that fit our "Progressive Education Publications" focus.
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