ERIC Number: ED255591
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
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The Consequences of School Desegregation.
Rossell, Christine H., Ed.; Hawley, Willis D., Ed.
Materials on a variety of subjects related to school desegregation are collected in this book. Chapter 1 discusses assumptions about the overall consequences of desegregation. Chapters 2 to 5 synthesize the findings of existing research on the consequences of school desegregation for children and communities. Finally, Chapter 6 describes weaknesses of past research, delineates important issues, and proposes some general strategies for improving desegregation research. The titles and authors of the chapters are: (1) "Introduction: Desegregation and Change" (Christine H. Rossell and Willis D. Hawley); (2) "Desegregation Plans, Racial Isolation, White Flight, and Community Response" (Christine H. Rossell); (3) "Desegregation, School Practices, and Student Race Relations" (Janet Ward Schofield and H. Andrew Sagar); (4) "Research on Minority Achievement in Desegregated Schools" (Rita E. Mahard and Robert L. Crain); "(5) "Resegregation: Segregation within Desegregated Schools" (Janet Eyler, Valerie J. Cook, and Leslie E. Ward); and (6) "Directions for Future Research" (Willis D. Hawley, Christine H. Rossell, and Robert L. Crain). (KH)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Black Students, Community Attitudes, Desegregation Effects, Desegregation Plans, Elementary Secondary Education, Hispanic Americans, Literature Reviews, Migration, Minority Group Children, Racial Relations, Research Needs, Research Problems, School Desegregation, School Resegregation, Whites
Temple University Press, Broad and Oxford Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19122 ($36.35 including postage and handling).
Publication Type: Books; Opinion Papers
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