Search results for: School desegregation
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Inside and Outside the Integrated Bilingual Palestinian–Jewish Schools in Israel: Teachers’ Perceptions of Personal, Professional and Political Positioning
This study explored how teachers of the integrated bilingual Palestinian–Jewish schools in Israel construct their school culture in relation to various outside pressures in their attempt to achieve educational change. It was found that the teachers perceive themselves as primarily pedagogical experts with a shared vision based on multiculturalism and coexistence. Furthermore, it was found that teachers' inside and outside positioning results in perceived conflicts.
Updated: Dec. 06, 2011
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 paper considers how the PICS decisions impact notions of educational equity and self-determination for African Americans. The author recommends that despite the PICS decision, school administrators and policy makers continue to consider how race impacts school assignment to ensure that public schools are democratic institutions that are racially and educationally equitable.
Updated: Oct. 24, 2011
From Forced Tolerance to Forced Busing: Wartime Intercultural Education and the Rise of Black Educational Activism in Boston
A historical analysis of racialized politics in Boston's public schools in the decades preceding school desegregation illustrates a complex interplay among race, class, and ethnicity that centered on access to power. In this paper, the author investigates the historical interplay of the emergence of tolerance education in the United States and the rise of black educational activism in Boston.
Updated: Apr. 10, 2011
This essay discusses Justice Kennedy’s unique views in the Seattle school desegregation decision. The article also tries to clarify the relationship between social science evidence on desegregation benefits and the requirements of narrowly tailored remedies. The article analyze student achievement data of Black students from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg district.
Updated: Jun. 13, 2010