RACIAL CATEGORIZATION OF MULTIRACIAL CHILDREN IN SCHOOLS CRITICAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION AND CULTURE SERIES

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Racial Categorization Of Multiracial Children In Schools

Author : Jane Ayers Chiong
ISBN : 0897894995
Genre : Education
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Through critical examination of both government and school forms, curricula, classroom practices and behaviors, and teacher interviews, this book shows how children of multiple races are "invisible" in schools.
Category: Education

Lessons In Integration

Author : Erica Frankenberg
ISBN : 0813926319
Genre : Education
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Segregation is deepening in American schools as courts terminate desegregation plans, residential segregation spreads, the proportion of whites in the population falls, and successful efforts to use choice for desegregation, such as magnet schools, are replaced by choice plans with no civil rights requirements. Based on the fruits of a collaboration between the Civil Rights Project at Harvard University and the Southern Poverty Law Center, the essays presented in Lessons in Integration: Realizing the Promise of Racial Diversity in American Schools analyze five decades of experience with desegregation efforts in order to discover the factors accounting for successful educational experiences in an integrated setting. Starting where much political activity and litigation, as well as most previous scholarship, leaves off, this collection addresses the question of what to do—and to avoid doing—once classrooms are integrated, in order to maximize the educational benefits of diversity for students from a wide array of backgrounds. Rooted in substantive evidence that desegregation is a positive educational and social force, that there were many successes as well as some failures in the desegregation movement, and that students in segregated schools, whether overwhelmingly minority or almost completely white, are disadvantaged on some important educational and social dimensions when compared to their peers in well-designed racially diverse schools, this collection builds on but also goes beyond previous research in taking account of increasing racial and ethnic diversity that distinguishes present-day American society from the one addressed by the Brown decision a half-century ago. In a society with more than 40 percent nonwhite students and thousands of suburban communities facing racial change, it is critical to learn the lessons of experience and research regarding the effective operation of racially diverse and inclusive schools. Lessons in Integration will make a significant contribution to knowledge about how to make integration work, and as such, it will have a positive effect on educational practice while providing much-needed assistance to increasingly beleaguered proponents of integrated public education.
Category: Education

Racism

Author : Albert J. Wheeler
ISBN : 1560728566
Genre : History
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Of all mankinds' vices, racism is one of the most pervasive and stubborn. Success in overcoming racism has been achieved from time to time, but victories have been limited thus far because mankind has focused on personal economic gain or power grabs ignoring generosity of the soul. This bibliography brings together the literature providing access by subject groupings as well as author and subject indexes. Contents: Racial Attitudes; Racism and Poverty; Hate Groups; Racial Justice; Racism and Politics; Race Discrimination; Racial Identity; Racism Around the World.
Category: History

Critical Pedagogy

Author : Barry Kanpol
ISBN : 0897895525
Genre : Education
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This revised edition explores additional steps in becoming a critical pedagogist.
Category: Education

Resources In Education

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ISBN : MINN:30000007201456
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

Multicultural Review

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105062168435
Genre : Cultural pluralism
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Category: Cultural pluralism

Nietzsche S Legacy For Education

Author : Michael A. Peters
ISBN : 0897896564
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Provides an introduction to Nietzsche's thought and its significance for contemporary educational thought, examining the question of value in postmodernity. In a series of wide-ranging essays, this collection addresses questions of self, ethics, difference, the arts, democracy, modernity, and nihilism in relation to Nietzsche's work and to education.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Rhetoric Of Diversity And The Traditions Of American Literary Study

Author : Lesliee Antonette
ISBN : 0897895460
Genre : American literature
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Antonette posits a critical multicultural literacy theory that investigates the construction of categories of cultural identity and the ways in which relationships are set up among those identities. This analysis allows consideration of the ways Anglo-American cultural identity is often effaced, made transparent, or "unraced," not only in the text but also in traditional critical readings of a text, which reifies the universality of Anglocentric culture and maintains traditional relations of power.
Category: American literature