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Experiencing Diversity

Experiencing Diversity
Toward Educational Equity

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Volume: 2

May 1994 | 232 pages | Corwin
This volume provides a penetrating look at reform efforts that affirm equal opportunity yet at the same time continue to maintain structures that preserve inequity. Contributors examine ways to achieve greater educational equity and, through inquiry and exploration, offer several paths for thought and action.

Colin Greer
Community Education and Education for Community
Stanley Aronowitz
A Different Perspective on Educational Inequality
Steven Goodman
Talking Back
The Portrait of a Student Documentary on School Inequity

John Wolfe
Beyond Difference
Toward Inclusion and Equity

Olga Romero
Bilingual Education
A Double-edged Sword in the Struggle for Equity

Elaine Wickens and Steven Schultz
`I Will Have a Child in My Class With Two Moms, Two Lesbians. What Do You Know About This?'
Barbara Dubitsky with Phyllis Eilenfeldt, Linda Metnetsky and Michelle Morales
Striving for Equity in Mathematics Education
David Penberg
Breaking Labels and Breaking Promises
The Liberty Partnership at Bank Street College: 1989-93

Herbert Kohl
Talking About Equity and Excellence
Herb Rosenfeld
Shifting the Paradigm
You Must Have a Dream to Build a School

Nancy Barnes
`Did You Notice That They Didn't Eat?' Power and Culture in Ethnographic Evaluation Research

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ISBN: 9780803961432