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Pearman, Francis A., II; Greene, Danielle Marie – Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis, 2021
Largely overlooked in the empirical literature on gentrification is the potential impact that school closures play in this process. This study examines whether the weakening of the neighborhood-school connection brought about by school closures affects the likelihood that nearby neighborhoods experience gentrification. Integrating longitudinal…
Descriptors: School Closing, Neighborhoods, Urban Areas, Urban Schools
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Heiman, Daniel; Bybee, Eric Ruíz; Rodríguez, Haydeé Marie; Urrieta, Luís – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2021
Although direct engagement with neighborhood espacios deepens student understanding, less is known about the benefits of this approach to bilingual teacher preparation programs. Our article addresses this gap by highlighting community walks, or caminatas, as a pedagogical approach with futurxs maestrxs bilingües (FMBs). Specifically, we propose an…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Bilingual Education, Teaching Methods, Hispanic Americans
Shaviro, Charles; Dvorkin, Eli; Bowles, Jonathan; Gallagher, Laird – Center for an Urban Future, 2021
This data brief is intended to shed light on the scope and scale of the disparities in college attainment across New York City. The analysis is conducted on data from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2008 and 2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. More specifically, it looks at educational attainment for working-age (age 25-64) residents of the…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Urban Areas, Adult Students, Urban Renewal
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Heiman, Daniel – Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 2021
Two-way bilingual education (TWBE) is guided by three traditional goals: academic achievement, bilingualism/biliteracy, and sociocultural competence. The rapid growth, whitening, and gentrification of TWBE programs have prompted a call for an extension of the three traditional goals to include a fourth one: critical consciousness. This critical…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Academic Achievement, Bilingualism, Interpersonal Competence
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Dorner, Lisa M.; Cervantes-Soon, Claudia G.; Heiman, Daniel; Palmer, Deborah – Language Policy, 2021
Bilingual education as a whole has been gentrifying, as more privileged students replace Transnational Language Learners (TLLs) in bilingual education spaces and policies (Valdez et al. in Educ Policy 30(6):849-883, 2016. https://doi.org/10.1177/0895904814556750). We argue this is an extension of coloniality (Mignolo in Local histories/global…
Descriptors: Advantaged, Foreign Policy, Bilingual Education Programs, Second Language Learning
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Gulosino, Charisse; Yoon, Ee-Seul – Peabody Journal of Education, 2020
In this article, we introduce a special collection of research articles that consider the processes and consequences of school choice across different social and spatial contexts in order to better understand the relationship between school choice and stratification in educational opportunity. This special issue presents a wide range of studies…
Descriptors: School Choice, Equal Education, Educational Opportunities, Neighborhoods
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Neuts, Bart – Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 2020
Cities are multifunctional entities, catering to diverse activities and populations. As a result, urban redevelopment strategies often carry important externalities and inclusive processes should be established to move from a traditional planned city to a co-productive city. The following article presents a gamification exercise as a learning…
Descriptors: Urban Planning, Stakeholders, Game Based Learning, Urban Renewal
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Coppens, Tom; Pineda, Andrés Felipe Valderrama; Henao, Kelly; Rybels, Stijn; Samoilovich, Daniel; De Jonghe, Nina; Camacho, Heilyn – Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education, 2020
This article discusses the challenges and opportunities identified in the implementation of the Citylab project in Latin America during the period of 2015-2018. The project was funded by the Erasmus+ Key action 2 programme of the European Union. The project aims to innovate teaching for sustainability in higher education institutions through…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Urban Renewal, Urban Areas, Problem Based Learning
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Pearman, Francis A., II. – Urban Education, 2020
This study examines patterns and relations between gentrification and urban schooling across U.S. cities using longitudinal data from 2000 to 2014. The first section presents new statistics on the incidence and distribution of gentrification occurring around urban schools in the United States as a whole. Of the roughly 20% of urban schools located…
Descriptors: Urban Renewal, Urban Schools, Urban Education, Declining Enrollment
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McClure, Donald R.; Marino, Michael P. – Social Studies, 2020
This article discusses how the history of sports can serve as way to understand abstract concepts associated with local history and social studies education. An introductory discussion outlines how sports can engage and interest students, focusing especially on ideas related to history thinking (such as change and continuity). A case study using…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Athletics, Team Sports, Social Studies
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Candipan, Jennifer – Sociology of Education, 2020
School choice expansion in recent decades has weakened the strong link between neighborhoods and schools created under a strict residence-based school assignment system, decoupling residential and school enrollment decisions for some families. Recent work suggests that the neighborhood-school link is weakening the most in neighborhoods…
Descriptors: School Choice, Neighborhoods, Social Class, Disadvantaged
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Mordechay, Kfir; Ayscue, Jennifer B. – Teachers College Record, 2020
Background/Context: Race and class inequality have long governed patterns of residential and school segregation across America. However, as neighborhoods across the country that have historically been home to residents of color experience an influx of White and middle-class residents, new questions arise as to whether these demographic shifts in…
Descriptors: Neighborhoods, Urban Renewal, School Desegregation, School Demography
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Rivera-Muñoz, Graciela; Howden-Chapman, Philippa – Health Education & Behavior, 2020
Background: This project is a case study of postdisaster housing recovery in Christchurch, New Zealand, after the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. Aims: In this qualitative study, we analyzed the statutory framework governing the process of postdisaster housing recovery and its impact on local democracy. We also explored the role of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Natural Disasters, Housing, Community Role
Eaton, Susan – Poverty & Race Research Action Council, 2020
The enduring condition of racial and ethnic segregation in schools and housing in metropolitan Hartford, Connecticut, is rooted in historical and contemporary racial discrimination and in practices and policies that exacted disparate harm on Black and Latinx people. School segregation both reflects and reinforces segregation in housing that was…
Descriptors: Racial Segregation, Ethnic Groups, Housing, School Segregation
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Freidus, Alexandra – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
This article examines the ways Hazel, a white girl entering kindergarten, became known as a child with a problem rather than a problem child in her gentrifying school. Building on a year of classroom observations and interviews with students, school staff, and parents, author Alexandra Freidus identifies the role of racialized discourses related…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Behavior Problems, Racial Bias, Family Influence
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