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Helguera, Pablo. Education for Socially-engaged Art: A Materials and Techniques Handbook, 2011Available, Visual Resource Center- Call #: N72.S6H385 2011

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Lagemann, Ellen Condliffe. Liberating Minds: the Case for College in Prison. 2016.

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Noddings, Nel. The Challenge to Care in Schools: an Alternative Approach to Education. 2nd ed., New York, Teachers College Press, 2005. Available, Visual Resource Center- Call #: LC311.N57 1992 

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