ERIC Number: ED572675
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2016-Apr-8
School Integration Matters: Research-Based Strategies to Advance Equity
Frankenberg, Erica, Ed.; Garces, Liliana M., Ed.; Hopkins, Megan, Ed.
Teachers College Press
More than 60 years after the "Brown v. Board of Education" decision declared segregated schooling inherently unequal, this timely book sheds light on how and why U.S. schools are experiencing increasing segregation along racial, socioeconomic, and linguistic lines. It offers policy and programmatic alternatives for advancing equity and describes the implications for students and more broadly for the nation. The authors look at the structural and legal roots of inequity in the United States educational system and examine opportunities to support integration efforts across the educational pipeline (pre-K to higher education). "School Integration Matters" examines: (1) The need to increase school integration to advance equity; (2) The roots of persisting inequity in U.S. schools; (3) The roots of persisting inequity in U.S. schools; (4) K-12 integration and bilingual education policy; (5) The challenges and opportunities to advancing integration within higher education; and (6) Future directions and policy recommendations for pursuing integration for equity. Contents include: (1) Advancing Equity through Integration from Pre-K to Higher Education (Megan Hopkins, Liliana M. Garces, and Erica Frankenberg); (2) Still a Dilemma: Structural Explanations for the Disconnect between Ideals and Practice in Education (Daniel Kiel); (3) Color Blindness and the Permanence of Whiteness (Hoang Tran); (4) Racial/Ethnic Diversity and Language Development in the Preschool Classroom (Jeanne L. Reid); (5) The Effects of School Composition on K-12 Reading and Math Achievement (Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, Martha Cecilia Bottia, Savannah Larimore, and Richard Lambert); (6) Residential Segregation and Brain Development: Implications for Equitable Educational Opportunities (Michael Hilton); (7) Why the Federal School Improvement Grant Program Triggers Civil Rights Complaints (Tina Trujillo); (8) Structuring Integration and Marginalization: Schools as Contexts of Reception in New Immigrant Destinations (Megan Hopkins and Rebecca Lowenhaupt); (9) Segregation in Segregated Schools (Rachel Garver); (10) Advancing Integration through Bilingualism for All (P. Zitlali Morales and Aria Razfar); (11) Predicting School Diversity Impacts of State and Local Education Policy: The Role of Title VI (Philip Tegeler); (12) Stories of What Could Be: Experiences of Undocumented Chicana/Latina Students and Graduates with the California Dream Act and DACA (Lindsay Perez Huber, Brenda Pulido Villanueva, and Mariela Gutierrez); (13) Bans on Affirmative Action in States with a History of State-Sponsored Discrimination (Matthew Patrick Shaw); (14) Navigating Legal Barriers While Promoting Racial Diversity in Higher Education (Liliana M. Garces and Courtney D. Cogburn); (15) Breaking Down Classroom Walls and Building Up Racial Equity (Cynthia Gordon da Cruz); and (16) Which Way Forward?: A Comprehensive Approach for Advancing Equity through Integration (Erica Frankenberg, Liliana M. Garces, and Megan Hopkins). An index is included.
Descriptors: School Desegregation, Higher Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, School Segregation, Ethnic Diversity, Language Acquisition, Reading Achievement, Mathematics Achievement, Desegregation Litigation
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education; Elementary Secondary Education
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Brown v Board of Education