ERIC Number: ED031541
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
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The Politics of School Desegregation: Comparative Case Studies of Community Structure and Policy-Making.
Crain, Robert L.
An analysis of the political process by which school systems can be desegregated rests on thepremise that school desegregation is a community decision. The process is documented in Part I by studies of eight non-Southern, big city school systems. Part II presents an analysis of school policy-making. Part III is devoted to desegregation in New Orleans, and Part IV describes the community and the civil rights movement in both Northern and Southern cities. The final section discusses the research implications for the future of school desegregation and for other studies of community politics. (NH)
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Community Problems, Community Role, Community Study, Decision Making, Northern Schools, Policy Formation, Political Influences, Political Issues, Research Utilization, School Desegregation, School Policy, School Segregation, Southern Schools, Urban Schools
Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York (Anchor A665, $1.95)
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Identifiers - Location: California (San Francisco); Louisiana (New Orleans); Maryland (Baltimore); Missouri (Saint Louis); New York (Buffalo); Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh)