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Inequality in school discipline : research and practice to reduce disparities

Author: Russell Skiba; Kavitha Mediratta; Marcus Karega Rausch
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book examines disciplinary disparities throughout the United States and promotes a need for equitable school disciplinary systems and disparity-reducing alternatives.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Russell Skiba; Kavitha Mediratta; Marcus Karega Rausch
ISBN: 9781137512567 1137512563 1137512571 9781137512574
OCLC Number: 945947110
Description: xxi, 285 pages : some illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Part 1. Discipline disparities: a research-to-practice collaborative --
Introduction / Kavitha Mediratta and M. Karega Rausch --
What do we know about discipline disparities? New and emerging research / Russell J. Skiba, Mariella I. Arredondo, Chrystal Gray, and M. Karega Rausch --
How educators can eradicate disparities in school discipline / Anne Gregory, James Bell, and Mica Pollock. Part 2. Understanding and addressing disparities: what we are learning and what we can do --
Sexual orientation-based disparities in school and juvenile justice discipline practices: attending to contributing factors and evidence of bias / V. Paul Poteat, Jullian R. Scheer, and Eddie S.K. Cong --
Does student-teacher racial/ethnic match impact black students' discipline risk? A test of the cultural synchorony hypothesis / Jamilia J. Blake, Danielle M. Smith, Miner P Marchbanks III, Allison L Seibert, Steve M. Wood, and Eun Sook Kim --
Reducing racial disparities in school discipline: structured decision-making in the classroom / Aishatu R. Yusuf, Angela Irvine, and James Bell --
School-wide positive and restorative discipline (SWPRD): integrating school-wide positive behavior intervention and supports and restorative discipline / Claudia G. Vincent, John Inglish, Erik J. Girvan, Jeffrey R. Sprague, and Timothy M. McCabe --
Ecologies of school discipline for queer youth: what listening to queer youth teaches us about transforming school discipline / L. Boyd Bellinger, Nicole Darcangelo, Stacey S. Horn, Erica R. Meiners, and Sarah Schriber --
The potential of restorative approaches to discipline for narrowing racial and gender disparities / Anne Gregory and Kathleen Clawson --
Intersectional Inquiries with LGBTQ and Gender Nonconforming Youth of Color: Participatory Research on Discipline Disparities at the Race/Sexuality/Gender Nexus / Jennifer F. Chmielewski, Kimberly M. Belmonte, Brett G. Stoudt, and Michelle Fine --
Research and training to mitigate the effects of implicit stereotypes and masculinity threat on authority figures' interactions with adolescents and non-whites / Kimberly Barsamian Kahn, Philip Atiba Goff, and Jack Glaser --
Discipline disparities for LGBTQ youth: challenges that perpetuate disparities and strategies to overcome them / Shannon D. Snapp and Stephen T. Russell --
From punitive to restorative: one school's journey to transform its culture and discipline practices to reduce disparities. Part 3. Conclusions and implications --
Eliminating excessive and disparate school discipline: a review of research and policy reform / Daniel J. Losen and Leticia Smith-Evans Haynes --
Conclusion: moving toward equity in school discipline / Russell J. Skiba.
Responsibility: Russell J. Skiba, Kavitha Mediratta, M. Karega Rausch, editors.
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School exclusion-out-of-school suspension and expulsion in particular-remains a substantial component of discipline in our nation's schools, and those consequences continue to fall disproportionally  Read more...

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