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- 1/1/05 - Olivos, Edward M., Quintana de Valladolid, Carmen E.
From the perspective of two practitioners who have been influenced by work in the area of critical pedagogy and critical theory, this article examines bilingual education, education reform, and the achievement gap in relation to Latino English Language Learners. The authors integrate personal experiences as they examine underlying assumptions of class, race, and asymmetrical power relations in current education policy and classroom practice. They argue that, despite feelings of being...
- 1/1/71 - Rawls, J.
- 1/1/05 - Bemak, Fred, Chung, Rita Chi-Ying
The academic achievement gap of students of color and low-income students as compared to middle and upper socioeconomic students and White students has been clearly documented. Historically the long-standing role of the school counselor has contributed to the status quo of these inequities, inadvertently maintaining educational and social disparities. This has been reflected in school counselors' training, role or job descriptions, and actual practice. This article explores the need for a...
- 1/1/08 - National Commission on Asian American and Paciic Islander Research in Education
The National Commission on Asian American and Paciic Islander
Research in Education (CARE), consisting of a national commission, an
advisory board, and a research team at New York University, aims to
engage realistic and actionable discussions about the mobility and educational opportunities for
AAPIs and how distinctions of race, ethnicity, language, and other cultural factors play out in the
day-to-day operations of American schools throughout the educational spectrum. In particular...
- 1/1/09 - Pew Hispanic Center Staff
A Pew Hispanic Center report based on a new nationwide survey of Latino youths and on analyses of government data examines the values, attitudes, experiences and self-identity of this generation as it comes of age in America.
- 1/8/14 - Farmer, Jennifer
A coalition of national civil rights and youth and parent community groups today applauded the Obama Administration for issuing first-of-its-kind legal guidance to address racial discrimination in school discipline.
- 1/8/14 - Losen, Daniel
The Department of Justice and the Education Department today jointly released guidance to public schools that should help curb what many call the school-to-prison pipeline, which often begins when students are excluded from school and too often ends with incarceration as adults, a pattern very disproportionately impacting students of color.
- 1/1/99 - Allen, JoBeth
- 1/1/05 - Uline, Cynthia L. ed, Johnson, Joseph F. Jr ed
A special issue on closing achievement gaps is presented. Articles discuss the development of the standards movement, student-invloved classroom assessment, the appeal of "universalized pedagogies" in the field of education, the need for teacher education programs to promote social justice and accountability, the role of professional development in closing the achievement gap, the Interstate School Leadership Licensure Consortium standards, three key strategies that district and school...
- 1/1/05 - Edmondson, Jacqueline
Reviews the book "Literacy and Racial Justice: The Politics of Learning After Brown v. Board of Education," by Catherine Prendergast (2003). Closing the achievement gap is a central and explicit aim of current federal decisions. The achievement gap has direct and specific implications for literacy education and research. By linking reading with eventual success in school and other aspects of life, the Bush administration and Congress continue the assumption that reading well will guarantee...
- 1/1/92 - Zeichner, K.
- 2/7/14 - Ahmed-Ullah, Noreen S.
Chicago Public Schools officials said Thursday that they are starting to see success in efforts to dismantle a much-criticized zero-tolerance policy toward discipline and want to expand initiatives to reduce student suspensions to privately run charter schools.
- 1/1/05 - Fine, Michelle, Bloom, Janice, Burns, April, Chajet, Lori, Guishard, Monique, Payne, Yasser, Perkins-Munn, Tiffany, Torre, Maria Elena
This article reports on the extensive qualitative and quantitative findings of a multimethod participatory study designed to assess urban and suburban youths' experiences of racial/class justice or injustice in their schools and throughout the nation. Constructed as a letter to Zora Neale Hurston, who was immediately critical of the Brown decision in 1955, the article lays out the victories of Brown and the ongoing struggles, what we call "six degrees of segregation" that identify systematic...
- 4/24/14 - Waite, Cyndi
In an address to the nation, Education Secretary Arne Duncan, acknowledged that under current school discipline policies across the nation, students of color and those with disabilities are far more likely to be suspended or expelled than their white counterparts. According to the Civil Rights Data Collection on school discipline, African American students are three times more likely to be suspended than white students, even when they commit similar offenses. The new guidance encourages...
- 1/1/08 - Pollock, M