|aThe race controversy in American education /|cLillian Dowdell Drakeford, editor.
|aSanta Barbara, Ca. :|bABC-CLIO,|c2015.
|a2 v. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aRacism in American institutions
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|av. 1. Legal and educational foundations in critical race theory / Evelyn Young -- The pathology of color blindness: a historical account / Lillian Dowdell Drakefell -- Schools as conduits of racism: how mind-sets, policies, and practices impact historically marginalized students / Ayana Allen [and 4 others] -- Classrooms, "crimes", color, and community resistance / Alexi Freeman -- Criminalization and medicalization: the school-to-prison pipeline and racialized double standards of disciplinary control / Nancy Heitzeg -- Housing segregation and the prison-industrial complex: looking at the roots of today's school-to-prison pipeline / Mei-Ling Malone and Hui-Ling Malone -- Race-based stereotypes, expectations, and exclusion in American education / Tennisha Riley, Aysha Foster, and Zewelanji Serpell -- Disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline through disability critical race theory / Subini Ancy Annamma -- The race problem: its perpetuation in the next generation of science standards / Eileen Carlton Parsons and Dana N. Thompson Dorsey -- The racialization of mathematics education / Joi A. Spencer and Victoria M. Hand -- Bridging the gap and diversifying teaching education / Donald Easton-Brooks -- The opportunity for equity: school improvement grants / Theresa Saunders -- "What do students deserve?": narratives of merit and excellence in public discussion of educational controversies / Sabrina Zirkel -- A racial opportunity cost analysis of charter schools and parental involvement / Gregory J. White [and 3 others] -- Affirmative action in higher education / Julie A. Helling -- The beauty and burden of historically Black colleges and universities and the extant challenges confronting these institutions / F. Erik Brooks -- Mentoring matters: a proactive approach for mentoring Black men for collegiate success / Ronald C. Williams and Adriel A. Hilton --
|av. 2. Waiting for the world to change: racism and immigrant education since 1965 / Christine Brigid Malsbary -- Bringing students back from the margin / Steve Grineski and Julie Landsman -- The other story: the truth about Black teen mothers in education / Christine Stroble, Melissa Pearson, and Greg Wiggan -- Confronting social justice issues through the lens of arts integration / M. Francine Jennings -- How race mediates the predictors and impacts of school-based activity participation / Jeffrey O. Sacha -- Science as a critical method for deconstructing diversity discourse: towards an anti-racist teacher education / Anthony Ash and Greg Wiggan -- Increasing achievement by strengthening resilience: an ecologically based intervention for African American students / Cheryl P. Talley [and 3 others] -- Critical management studies' role in productive conversations about racism / Laura M. Harrison -- Moving beyond the urban initiative: programmatic efforts to foster critical counternarratives / Anthony Collatos -- Addressing inequity in education: transformative leadership / Carolyn M. Shields -- Afrikan American identity reconstruction: a case for independent schools / Duane L. Davis -- African American racial solidarity as a solution to educational inequality / Candice Jimerson-Johnson -- The case for a social justice context / Tema Okun -- Critical ethnic studies and women and gender studies: education for justice, transformation, and progressive social change / Margo Okazawa-Rey -- Race and anti-racist practices: the problem of decolonization / George J. Sefa Dei -- Living with the dark and the dazzling: unlearning racism / Joan T. Wynne.
|aCritical pedagogy|zUnited States.
|aChildren with social disabilities|xEducation|zUnited States.
內容簡介top The Race Controversy in American Education 簡介 In this unique two-volume work, expert scholars and practitioners examine race and racism in public education, tackling controversial school reforms such as zero tolerance, stop and frisk, high-stakes testing, and the school-to-prison pipeline.