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Charting reform, achieving equity in a diverse nation

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Other Authors: Sunderman, Gail L.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Charlotte, North Carolina : Information Age Publishing, 2013.
Series:Research in educational policy.
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Online Access:EBSCOhost
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Table of Contents:
  • Educational equity and reform: have we achieved our goals? / Gail L. Sunderman
  • Wither the suburban ideal? Understanding contemporary suburban school contexts / Erica Frankenberg
  • Equitable public education: "getting lost in the shuffle" / Robert G. Croninger and Kathleen Mulvaney Hoyer
  • The potential of economic integration to raise academic achievement for low-income students
  • Advancing equity in an integrated, suburban community / Heather Schwartz, Gail L. Sunderman
  • Ford Foundation's efforts to achieve educational equity: measurable reform or quixotic tilting? / Marian A. Bott
  • The roots of score inflation: an examination of opportunities in two states' tests / Rebecca Holcombe, Jennifer L. Jennings, and Daniel Koretz
  • Racial and socioeconomic gaps in social skills development: a longitudinal study of K-5 children's growth trajectories and the effects of parents and schools / Xiaoyan Liu and Jaekyung Lee
  • Devil is in the details: examining equity mechanisms in supplemental educational services / Rudy Acosta, Patricia Burch, Annalee Good, and Mary S. Stewart
  • Local college access strategies: examining the equitable distribution of postsecondary access in Michigan / Nathan Daun-Barnett and Irene Holohan-Moyer.