3 edition of Inner-city education found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edited by William H. Dreier and John M. Earls.|
|Contributions||Dreier, William H., ed., Earls, John M., ed.|
|LC Classifications||LC5131 .I5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||73291770|
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Book Reviews attempts to demonstrate the deleterious effects of policy decisions per-taining to the racial composition of schools, the structure of vocational education, and the practices of remedial education. Neckerman’sevidence base is impressive, comprising historical studies, . WINNER OF THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARDIn , Jonathan Kozol entered the Boston Public School system to teach fourth grade at one of its most overcrowded inner-city schools. Here, he unflinchingly exposes the disturbing "destruction of hearts and minds in the Boston public school." Death at an Early Age is the unsparing, heart-wrenching account of the year he spent there—the most shocking.
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This item: Schools Betrayed: Roots of Failure in Inner-City Education by Kathryn M. Neckerman Paperback $ Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by by: While surveying education in urban and inner-city schools, the author spotlights the challenges that educators face at this time of increasing diversity and dwindling resources in American schools.
Product details. Series: Critical Education Practice (Book 8) Paperback: pages. The text takes the reader into classrooms, faculty meetings, playgrounds, and conversations with students and parents to demonstrate the poverty of education as practiced in inner-city schools.
The book details and critiques the educational goals, the rationalizing ideologies, the paucity of reform efforts - especially Inner-city education book of multiculturalism Manufacturer: Routledge.
“Kathryn Neckerman’s Schools Betrayed is one of those rare books that will become a standard reference not only for social scientists, historians, and school officials, but for educated lay readers as well.
Through careful historical documentation of race and urban education in Chicago, Neckerman brilliantly uncovers the roots of antagonism, alienation, and disorder in inner-city 3/5(2).
Focusing on the causes for the continuing marginalization of minority children, this book examines inner-city education, its teaching practices, curricular rationales, perspectives of teachers and students, and the institutions themselves.
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I have taught in the inner-city for several years, but my educational career goes back a quarter-century, including every elementary grade and administration. It is easier for me to read education journals than Popular Mechanics because of my teaching background and my lack of experience with machinery.
While middle and upper class children are traveling to various cultural and geographic places of interest, inner city kids are spending their free time within neighborhood boundaries. Books shelved as inner-city: Tyrell by Coe Booth, Monster by Walter Dean Myers, On the Come Up by Angie Thomas, Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds, and The.
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He is the publisher of Inner City Books in Toronto, Canada, where he. Schools Betrayed book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The problems commonly associated with inner-city schools were not nearly /5(24). A Hope in the Unseen (Full Title "A Hope in the Unseen: An American Odyssey from the Inner City to the Ivy League") is the first book by author and journalist Ron Suskind, published in The book is a biographical novel about the life of Cedric Jennings through his last years in high school and first years in college.
It details his life in Ballou High School, an inner city school in. Book Description. Focusing on the causes for the continuing marginalization of minority children, this book examines inner-city education, its teaching practices, curricular rationales, perspectives of teachers and students, and the institutions themselves.
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In Schools Betrayed, her innovative history of race and urban education, Kathryn M. Neckerman tells the story of how and why these schools came to serve black.Rural and inner-city education Inequalities in rural and inner-city education are large scales systemic inequalities between differing spatial education systems.
The study of these differences, especially within rural areas, is relatively new and distinct from the study of educational inequality which focuses on individuals within an.Inner-city Education Awareness.
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