ERIC Number: ED035688
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
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Affirmative School Integration: Efforts to Overcome De Facto Segregation in Urban Schools.
Hill, Roscoe, Ed.; Feeley, Malcolm, Ed.
This book contains abbreviated accounts of eight community case studies and various reviews of a cluster of recent studies relating to race and education. The foreword discusses three phases of school integration, and the introductory chapter relates law, violence, and civil rights. The eight case studies on Evanston, Berkeley, New Haven, Pasadena, St. Louis, Albany, San Francisco, and Chicago are bracketed by an introduction by R. Hill and M. Feeley on "Affirmative School Integration--Efforts to Overcome De Facto Segregation in Urban Schools," and by a comparative analysis of R. Hill and M. Feeley of the eight cities. The studies on race and education are introduced by R. Hill and M. Feeley. Four views of school desegregation comprise chapters giving an educator's view, a lawyer's view, a sociologist's view, and a political scientist's view. A selective bibliography on de facto school segregation by M. Weinberg completes the volume. (JM)
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Community Characteristics, Community Study, De Facto Segregation, De Jure Segregation, Desegregation Effects, Desegregation Methods, Integration Studies, Racial Discrimination, School Desegregation, School Segregation, Tokenism, Urban Demography, Urban Problems, Urban Schools
Sage Publications, Beverly Hills, Calif. ($6.95)
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Identifiers: California; Connecticut; Illinois; Missouri; New York