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Beyond Desegregation
The Politics of Quality in African American Schooling



© 1996 | 312 pages | Corwin
Rethinking School Desegregation: Historical and Philosophical Contexts, Introduction; Mwalimu J. Shujaa 1. Reclaiming Historic Visions of Quality Schooling: The Legacy of Early 20th Century Black Intellectuals William H. Watkins 2. The Brown Decision Revisited: Mathematizing a Social Problem William F. Tate, Gloria Ladson-Billings, Carl A. Grant Part II: Politics of Implementation and School Desegregation, Introduction; Mwalimu J. Shujaa 3. Only One Oar in the Water: The Political Failure of School Desegregation in Yonkers, New York Judith L. Failer, Anna Harvey, Jennifer Hochschild 4. Implementation of Court-Ordered Desegregation by District-Level School Administrators Jennifer J. Beaumont 5. Promoting Positive Peer Relations in Desegregated Schools Janet W. Schofield Part III: School Desegregation's Impact on African American Community Life and Life in Schools, Introduction; Mwalimu J. Shujaa 6. Cultural Ignorance and School Desegregation: A Community Narrative Van Dempsey and George Noblit 7. Before and After School Desegregation: African American Parents' Involvement in Schools Patricia A. Edwards 8. High-Quality Schooling for African American Students Ronald D. Henderson, Nancy M. Greenberg, Jeffrey M. Schneider, Oscar Uribe, Jr., Richard R. Verdugo 9. African American Student Leadership: Implications for Quality in College Achievement in the 21st Century Carolyn J. Thompson Part IV: Quality Schooling for African Americans: Visions Beyond Desegregation, Introduction; Mwalimu J. Shujaa 10. Can Institutions Care? Segregated Schooling of African American Children as a Context for Reform Emilie V. Siddle Walker 11. Do We Need to Desegregate All of our Black Schools? Christine J. Faltz, Donald O. Leake 12. School Desegregation, the Politics of Culture, and the Council of Independent Black Institutions Mwalimu J. Shujaa, Hannibal T. Afrik References Index Subject: WEBXDI: Diversity
 
PART ONE: RETHINKING SCHOOL DESEGREGATION: HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL CONTEXTS
Mwalimu J Shujaa
Introduction
William H Watkins
Reclaiming Historic Visions of Quality Schooling
The Legacy of Early Twentieth Century Black Intellectuals  
William F Tate, Gloria Ladson-Billings, and Carl E Grant
The Brown Decision Revisited
Mathematicizing a Social Problem  
 
PART TWO: POLITICS OF IMPLEMENTATION AND SCHOOL DESEGREGATION
Mwalimu J Shujaa
Introduction
Judith L Failer, Anna Harvey, and Jennifer Hochschild
Only One Oar in the Water
The Political Failure of School Desegregation in Yonkers, New York  
Jennifer J Beaumont
Implementation of Court-Ordered Desegregation by District-Level School Administrators
Janet W Schofield
Promoting Positive Peer Relations in Desegregated Schools
 
PART THREE: SCHOOL DESEGREGATION'S IMPACT ON AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY LIFE AND LIFE IN SCHOOLS
Mwalimu J Shujaa
Introduction
Van Dempsey and George Noblit
Cultural Ignorance and School Desegregation
A Community Narrative  
Patricia A Edwards
Before and after School Desegregation
African American Parents' Involvement in Schools  
Ronald D Henderson et al
High Quality Schooling for African American Students
Carolyn J Thompson
African American Student Leadership
Implications for Quality in College Achievement in the Twenty-First Century  
 
PART FOUR: QUALITY SCHOOLING FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS: VISIONS BEYOND DESEGRATION
Mwalimu J Shujaa
Introduction
Emilie V Siddle Walker
Can Institutions Care? Segregated Schooling of African American Children as a Context for Reform
Christine J Faltz and Donald O Leake
Do We Need to Desegregate All of Our Black Schools?
Mwalimu J Shujaa and Hannibal T Afrik
School Desegregation, the Politics of Culture, and the Council of Independent Black Institutions

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