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ERIC Number: ED199360
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 187
Abstractor: N/A
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ISBN: ISBN-0-8006-1359-7
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New Perspectives on School Integration.
Friedman, Murray, Ed.; And Others
Sixteen essays dealing with issues surrounding school desegregation and racial integration comprise this book: (1) "School Integration Today: The Case for New Definitions," by Murray Friedman; (2) "Defining Brown's Integration Remedy for Urban School Systems," by Derrick A. Bell, Jr.; (3) "School Desegregation Can Succeed: The Pennsylvania Experience," by Homer C. Floyd; (4) "Pluralistic Education--Beyond Racial Balancing," by Irving M. Levine; (5) "Teaching Ethnic Studies: Key Issues and Concepts," by James A. Banks; (6) "Private Schools and Urban Integration," by Thomas Vitullo-Martin; (7) "Why Johnny Can't--The Problem of State School Financing," Rochelle L. Stanfield; (8) "School Financing Undergoes a Revolution," by Ward Sinclair; (9) "Black Excellence--The Case of Dunbar High School," by Thomas Sowell; (10) "Presentation to Massachusetts Legislature--March 30, 1978," by James S. Coleman; (11) "Urban Desegregation and White Flight: A Response to Coleman," by Thomas F. Pettigrew and Robert L. Green; (12) "Desegregation and Academic Achievement," by Robert L. Crain and Rita E. Mahard; (13) "The Role of the Magnet School in Integration," by John R. Vannoni; (14) "METCO: A Voluntary Desegregation Option," by Horace Seldon; (15) "Learning Together: A Report on the Regional Cultural Resources Program," by the School District of Philadelphia; and (16) "School Integration: The Witness of the Church," by Ruth C. Wick. (MK)
Fortress Press, 2900 Queen Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19129 ($6.50).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
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Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Fortress Press, Philadelphia, PA.
Identifiers: Brown v Board of Education; Coleman (James S); District of Columbia Public Schools; Massachusetts; Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity; Pennsylvania; Regional Cultural Resources Program; White Flight