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In this article, the author examines the relationship between school desegregation, environmental inequality, structural racialization, and health and educational outcomes. The author proposes a conceptual framework for linking environmental health to educational outcomes that considers the dynamic social processes through which social and environmental inequalities are produced, reproduced, and transformed. The author concludes that the eco-apartheid framework provides a useful model for theory building in the study of environmental health and educational equity.
Updated: Oct. 24, 2011
This article introduces the concept of 'free spaces' as an important site for the development of theory and practice around youth activism, teacher development, and the transformation of public and private space in urban schools and communities. Nearly a quarter of a century ago, Evans and Boyte (1986) introduced the concept of 'free spaces' in their book: Free spaces: the sources of democratic change in America.
Updated: Feb. 11, 2008