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ERIC Number: ED255591
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 221
Abstractor: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-87722-320-3
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)
Temple University Press, Broad and Oxford Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19122 ($36.35 including postage and handling).
Publication Type: Books; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A