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Category: SEGREGATION in education -- United States

  • Achieving Educational Equality Through Curriculum Desegregation

    1/1/90 - Gay, Geneva

    Deals with how to school curricula should be reformed to equalize educational opportunities for culturally different students in the U.S. Emergence of a dual system of access to knowledge and accountability for performance; Persistence of unequal learning opportunities; Discussion on the general pattern of curriculum; Direction of curricula development.

  • So Many Children Left Behind

    1/1/07 - Stiefel, Leanna, Schwartz, Amy Ellen, Chellman, Colin C.

    Although the No Child Left Behind Act was intended to help "all students meet high academic standards," it is focused on subgroups of low-achieving students. The authors analyze the possible impact of the legislation's requirement for performance reporting by racial subgroup in light of the considerable racial segregation in U.S. schools. In particular, using data on elementary and middle schools in New York State. the authors show that the schools are so highly segregated that more than...

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