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|Genre/Form:||Trials, litigation, etc|
|Named Person:||Oliver Brown; Oliver Brown; Oliver Brown|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arnetha F Ball; National Society for the Study of Education.
|Description:||viii, 391 p. : ill., charts ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1: Looking back: historical perspectives on Brown v. Board of Education. A tale of two Browns: constitutional equality and unequal education / James D. Anderson ; Response: a tale of two movements: the power and consequences of misremembering Brown / Joy Ann Williamson ; The affirmative development of academic ability: in pursuit of social justice / Edmund W. Gordon & Beatrice L. Bridglall ; The affirmative development of academic ability: a response to Edmund Gordon / Carol D. Lee --
Part 2: U.S. implications of Brown v. Board of Education. LInguistic considerations pertaining to Brown v. Board: exposing racial fallacies in the new millennium / John Baugh ; Response: preparation, pedagogy, policy, and power: Brown, the King case, and the struggle for equal language rights / Arnetha F. Ball & H. Samy Alim ; The linguistic isolation of Hispanic students in California's public schools: the challenge of reintegration / Bernard R. Gifford & Guadalupe Valdés ; A response to "The linguistic isolation of Hispanic students in California's public schools" / Robert T. Jiménez ; Looking for educational equity: the consequences of relying on Brown / Kris D. Gutiérrez & Nathalia E. Jaramillo ; A multivoiced response to the call for an equity-based framework / Yolanda J. Majors & Sana Ansari --
Part 3: Comparative reflections on Brown v. Board of Education. The ties that bind: race and restitution in education law and policy in South Africa and the United States of America / Jonathan D. Jansen ; The ties that bind: a response to Jonathan Jansen / Chika Trevor Sehoole ; Brown v. Board of Education: a South African perspective / Neville Alexander ; Response: Brown v. Board: with all deliberate speed? / Monica Hendricks --
Part 4: Looking forward: pressing challenges that lie ahead. The meaning of Brown ... for now / Gloria Ladson-Billings ; Response: the premise of Black inferiority: an enduring obstacle fifty years post-Brown / Carla O'Connor ; "If justice is our objective": diaspora literacy, heritage knowledge, and the praxis of critical studyin' for human freedom / Joyce E. King ; Response: building a literocracy: diaspora literacy and heritage knowledge in participatory literacy communities / Maisha T. Fisher --
Epilogue: The implications of Brown v. Board of Education in an increasingly diverse society / Kenji Hakuta.
|Series Title:||Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, 105th, pt. 2.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Arnetha F. Ball.|
- Segregation in education -- Law and legislation -- United States.
- Discrimination in education -- Law and legislation -- United States.
- Topeka (Kan.). -- Board of Education -- Trials, litigation, etc.
- Brown, Oliver, -- 1918-1961 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
- Brown, Oliver, -- 1918- -- Procès, instances, etc.
- Topeka (Kansas). -- Board of Education -- Procès, instances, etc.
- Déségrégation en éducation -- États-Unis -- Histoire.
- Ségrégation en éducation -- Droit -- États-Unis.
- Discrimination en éducation -- États-Unis.
- Démocratisation de l'enseignement.
- Educação (aspectos sociais)
- Segregação racial (educação)
- Minorias étnicas (educação)
- Brown, Oliver, -- 1918-1961.
- Topeka (Kan.). -- Board of Education.
- Discrimination in education -- Law and legislation.
- Segregation in education -- Law and legislation.
- United States.