A. It teaches students the central values and beliefs of society. B. It teaches students basic subjects like math and reading. C. It teaches students to be engaged in activism. D. It teaches students to "think outside the box." Croteau - Chapter 13 #12 Level: Moderate Topic: Education, Culture and Socialization Type: Comprehension 13. (p. 350) Which of the following is NOT a way that socialization occurs in schools, according to Brint and his colleagues? A. teacher-initiated interactions with students B. everyday classroom routines C. socialization textbooks D. visual displays in public spaces Croteau - Chapter 13 #13 Level: Moderate Topic: Education, Culture and Socialization Type: Comprehension
14. (p. 350) Which of the following is a mode of conformity that Brint and his colleagues identified regarding how schools evaluate students? A. cultural B. moral C. behavior D. All of the answers are correct. Croteau - Chapter 13 #14 Level: Basic Topic: Education, Culture and Socialization Type: Knowledge 15. (p. 351) When students internalize values and morals in school, what kind of conformity are they exhibiting? A. patriotic B. moral C. behavioral D. cultural Croteau - Chapter 13 #15 Level: Moderate Topic: Education, Culture and Socialization Type: Comprehension 16. (p. 352- 355) What is one way that schools perpetuate inequality? A. They use standardized tests to sort students based on their aptitudes and skill.
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