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Grant, Patrick – Negro Educational Review, 1992
Asks whether special education is designed to keep African-American boys out of the mainstream of education and also looks at questions of a passive conspiracy to destroy African-American males and the role of racism. Discusses special education legislation, and argues that African-American boys are not being adequately educated. (JB)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Black Achievement, Black Education, Black Influences
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Reike, Richard D. – Negro Educational Review, 1985
The nature of legal argument, including judicial decisions, puts severe limits on the educational advances that can be expected by Black Americans through litigation. The Brown decision, for example, has been a mixed blessing, and the Bakke case shows that the Court is unwilling to support a class-based remedy for discrimination. (KH)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Blacks, Civil Rights, Court Litigation
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Pritscher, Conrad; Brooks, Clifford – Negro Educational Review, 1992
The goal of good education is to have each student decide for himself or herself what will secure or endanger his or her freedom. Ways in which education has socialized people to fit into a racist society are discussed, and suggestions are given for reducing racism in the classroom. (SLD)
Descriptors: Decision Making, Educational Change, Educational History, Educational Objectives
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Carey, Phillip – Negro Educational Review, 1981
The "Brown" decision has had a mixed impact in terms of expectations within the Black and White communities. The decision repealed legal segregation, but it did not, as was prematurely anticipated by most Blacks, insure meaningful social integration in the areas of education, housing, employment, and other social institutions. (Author/GC)
Descriptors: Black Employment, Desegregation Effects, Desegregation Litigation, Elementary Secondary Education