Urban Education in the United StatesUrban Education in the United States



These factors have affected most public schools in the United States, even those that most observers agreed were good schools. People today generally do not ...

Author: J. Rury

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781403981875

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Page: 352

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Urban Education in the United States examines the development of schools in the large cities of the USA. John Rury, a well-known historian of education, introduces and highlights the most significant and classic essays dealing with urban schooling in this collection. Urban Education in the United States will provide an introduction to critical themes in the history of city schools and will frame each section with an overview of urban education research during particular periods in US history.

Handbook of Urban EducationHandbook of Urban Education



This second edition offers a fresh, fluid, and diverse range of perspectives from which the authors describe, analyze and offer recommendations for urban education in the U.S. It is a powerful and accessible introduction to the field of ...

Author: H. Richard Milner

Publisher:

ISBN: 0367354500

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Page: 578

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"This second edition offers a fresh, fluid, and diverse range of perspectives from which the authors describe, analyze and offer recommendations for urban education in the U.S. Each of the seven sections includes an introduction, providing an overview and contextualization of the contents. In addition, there are discussion questions at the conclusion of each of the 30 chapters. The book covers a wide and deep range of the landscape of urban education. It is a powerful and accessible introduction to the field of urban education for researchers, theorists, policymakers and practitioners as well as a critical call for the future of the field for those more seasoned in the field"--

Urban Education in the United StatesUrban Education in the United States



John Rury, a well-known historian of education, introduces and highlights the most significant and classic essays dealing with urban schooling in this collection.

Author: J. Rury

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 1349530204

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Page: 352

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Urban Education in the United States examines the development of schools in the large cities of the USA. John Rury, a well-known historian of education, introduces and highlights the most significant and classic essays dealing with urban schooling in this collection. Urban Education in the United States will provide an introduction to critical themes in the history of city schools and will frame each section with an overview of urban education research during particular periods in US history.

Routledge Library Editions Urban EducationRoutledge Library Editions Urban Education



In fact , the literature on the history of urban education , no matter how ... History of education as a special field of study in the United States dates ...

Author: Various

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351237444

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Page: 872

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The volumes in this set, originally published between 1978 and 1992, draw together research by leading academics in the area of urban education, and provide a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volumes examine teaching, urban schools, community and race issues in education in the US, whilst also exploring the general principles and practices of education in various countries. This set will be of particular interest to students of sociology and urbanization respectively.

The Praeger Handbook of Urban EducationThe Praeger Handbook of Urban Education



Social and Economic Polarization within the United States The reason that urban education has fallen as a public priority is largely tied to the enormous ...

Author: Joe L. Kincheloe

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313039003

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Page: 681

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Maintaining that urban teaching and learning is characterized by many contradictions, this work proposes that there is a wide range of social, cultural, psychological, and pedagogical knowledge urban educators must possess in order to engage in effective and transformative practice. It is necessary for those teaching in urban schools to be scholar practitioners rather than bureaucrats, who can only follow rather than analyze, understand, and create. The ten major sections cover: Context of urban education Race and ethnicity Social justice Teaching and pedagogy Power and urban education Language issues Cultural issues of urban schools as seen in the media Doing research in city schools Aesthetics and the proximity of cultural insitutions Education policy Sixty-one essays written by specialists in teacher education; public policy; sociology; psychology; applied linguistics; forestry; urban studies; school administrators; cultural studies; evaluation, and linguistics provide a blueprint for scholars, teachers, parents, urban politicians, school administrators, policy professionals and others seeking to understand the situation of urban schools across America today.

Urban EducationUrban Education



... to seek answers to the poverty and inequality inherent in urban schools, these outside forces are very apparent in urban schools in the United States.

Author: Kathy L. Adams

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781576073629

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Page: 243

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A comprehensive look at urban schools, using history as a lens for coming to grips with present-day social, political, legal, and economic realities reflected in our urban education system. * Provides a chronology of urban schools from the Industrial Age to the 21st century * Includes a glossary that defines terms used in the text

International Handbook of Urban EducationInternational Handbook of Urban Education



University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A. This chapter chronicles urban school reform in the United States from the 1950s to the present and argues that: ○ For ...

Author: William T. Pink

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402051999

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Page: 1267

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The universality of the problematics with urban education, together with the importance of understanding the context of improvement interventions, brings into sharp focus the importance of an undertaking like the International Handbook of Urban Education. An important focus of this book is the interrogation of both the social and political factors that lead to different problem posing and subsequent solutions within each region.

Urban Education in the 19th CenturyUrban Education in the 19th Century



literature of extraordinary vitality on this great transformation.2 However, since urban historians in the United States have by and large neglected history ...

Author: D.A. Reeder

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351238342

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Page: 162

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First published in 1977, Urban Education in the 19th Century is a collection based on the conference papers of the annual 1976 conference for the History of Education Society. The book illustrates a variety of ways of elucidating the connections between education and the city, mainly in nineteenth-century Britain. Essays cover political, geographical, demographic and socio-structural aspects of urbanization. There is an emphasis on comparative studies of urban educational developments and attention is paid to the perceptions of the nineteenth-century city and its problems, especially for child life, as well as to the realities of urban change

Urban Education with an AttitudeUrban Education with an Attitude



2005 State University of New York All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner ...

Author: Lauri Johnson

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791483584

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Page: 234

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Teachers, community activists, and parents acknowledge and applaud democratic educational systems that establish partnerships between universities and the urban communities they serve.

The New Political Economy of Urban EducationThe New Political Economy of Urban Education



... being put into place in the United States (see Apple, 2006). Lipman is already well-known for her critical work on what is happening in urban education.

Author: Pauline Lipman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136759994

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Page: 224

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Urban education and its contexts have changed in powerful ways. Old paradigms are being eclipsed by global forces of privatization and markets and new articulations of race, class, and urban space. These factors and more set the stage for Pauline Lipman's insightful analysis of the relationship between education policy and the neoliberal economic, political, and ideological processes that are reshaping cities in the United States and around the globe. Using Chicago as a case study of the interconnectedness of neoliberal urban policies on housing, economic development, race, and education, Lipman explores larger implications for equity, justice, and "the right to the city". She draws on scholarship in critical geography, urban sociology and anthropology, education policy, and critical analyses of race. Her synthesis of these lenses gives added weight to her critical appraisal and hope for the future, offering a significant contribution to current arguments about urban schooling and how we think about relations between neoliberal education reforms and the transformation of cities. By examining the cultural politics of why and how these relationships resonate with people's lived experience, Lipman pushes the analysis one step further toward a new educational and social paradigm rooted in radical political and economic democracy.

Challenges of Urban EducationChallenges of Urban Education



Reprinted here with the kind permission of the publisher , Carfax Publishing ( U.K. ) . ... Education , Urban — Social aspects — United States . 2.

Author: Karen A. McClafferty

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791444333

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Page: 357

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Presents current research and theoretical perspectives on the challenges facing educators in U.S. urban schools.

Second International Handbook of Urban EducationSecond International Handbook of Urban Education



the United States that have influenced educational reform around the world. In the decade since the publication of the first edition of the International ...

Author: William T. Pink

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319403175

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Page: 1349

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This second handbook offers all new content in which readers will find a thoughtful and measured interrogation of significant contemporary thinking and practice in urban education. Each chapter reflects contemporary cutting-edge issues in urban education as defined by their local context. One important theme that runs throughout this handbook is how urban is defined, and under what conditions the marginalized are served by the schools they attend. Schooling continues to hold a special place both as a means to achieve social mobility and as a mechanism for supporting the economy of nations. This second handbook focuses on factors such as social stratification, segmentation, segregation, racialization, urbanization, class formation and maintenance, and patriarchy. The central concern is to explore how equity plays out for those traditionally marginalized in urban schools in different locations around the globe. Researchers will find an analysis framework that will make the current practice and outcomes of urban education, and their alternatives, more transparent, and in turn this will lead to solutions that can help improve the life-options for students historically underserved by urban schools.

Critical Storytelling in Urban EducationCritical Storytelling in Urban Education



James A. Malone is a veteran of the United States Navy. ... He is working on his master of science in urban education at Metropolitan State University.

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Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004415720

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Page: 122

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Critical Storytelling in Urban Education shares poems and stories written by college students attending Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.

K 12 STEM Education in Urban Learning EnvironmentsK 12 STEM Education in Urban Learning Environments



The Condition of Educaton: Concentration of Public School Students Eligible for Free or ... Education reform in the United States: National policy in.

Author: Wendt, Jillian L.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522578154

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Page: 309

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This title is an IGI Global Core Reference for 2019 as it provides the timeliest, trending research around overcoming challenges within the urban educational system. Featuring real-world solutions and comprehensive coverage on teacher professional development, racial microaggressions, STEM, and diversity in elementary and secondary education, this publication is ideal for teachers, faculty, administrators, policymakers, and educational researchers. K-12 STEM Education in Urban Learning Environments provides emerging research on the challenges and barriers of STEM education in urban environments and how to move forward in overcoming these challenges and barriers to provide equitable education for all K-12 students. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as teacher preparation, programming, gender and racial barriers, and more, this publication is ideally designed for teachers, faculty, administrators, policymakers, researchers, and scholars.

Urban EducationUrban Education



No excuses: Closing the racialgap in learning. New York: Simon 8: Schuster. Toppo, G. (2008). Sharpton, education plan may tear union ties. USA Today ...

Author: Karen Symms Gallagher

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136869822

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Many factors complicate the education of urban students. Among them have been issues related to population density; racial, ethnic, cultural, and linguistic diversity; poverty; racism (individual and institutional); and funding levels. Although urban educators have been addressing these issues for decades, placing them under the umbrella of "urban education" and treating them as a specific area of practice and inquiry is relatively recent. Despite the wide adoption of the term a consensus about its meaning exists at only the broadest of levels. In short, urban education remains an ill-defined concept. This comprehensive volume addresses this definitional challenge and provides a 3-part conceptual model in which the achievement of equity for all -- regardless of race, gender, or ethnicity – is an ideal that is central to urban education. The model also posits that effective urban education requires attention to the three central issues that confronts all education systems (a) accountability of individuals and the institutions in which they work, (b) leadership, which occurs in multiple ways and at multiple levels, and (c) learning, which is the raison d'être of education. Just as a three-legged stool would fall if any one leg were weak or missing, each of these areas is essential to effective urban education and affects the others.

Hope and Healing in Urban EducationHope and Healing in Urban Education



How Urban Activists and Teachers are Reclaiming Matters of the Heart Shawn Ginwright ... Children with social disabilities—EducationUnited States.

Author: Shawn Ginwright

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317631934

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Page: 162

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Hope and Healing in Urban Education proposes a new movement of healing justice to repair the damage done by the erosion of hope resulting from structural violence in urban communities. Drawing on ethnographic case studies from around the country, this book chronicles how teacher activists employ healing strategies in stressed schools and community organizations, and work to reverse negative impacts on academic achievement and civic engagement, supporting their students to become powerful civic actors. The book argues that healing a community is a form of political action, and emphasizes the need to place healing and hope at the center of our educational and political strategies. At once a bold, revealing, and nuanced look at troubled urban communities as well as the teacher activists and community members working to reverse the damage done by generations of oppression, Hope and Healing in Urban Education examines how social change can be enacted from within to restore a sense of hope to besieged communities and counteract the effects of poverty, violence, and hopelessness.

From Charity to Equity Race Homelessness and Urban SchoolsFrom Charity to Equity Race Homelessness and Urban Schools



Educational sociology. 4. Discrimination in education—United States. 5. Educational equalization—United States. 6. Urban educationUnited States. I. Title.

Author: Ann M. Aviles de Bradley

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 9780807773710

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Page: 131

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Students experiencing homelessness often face overwhelming obstacles that limit both their access to education and their prospects for success in life. The McKinney-Vento Act (1987) was created to ensure that schools provide services that support students in unstable housing situations but, unfortunately, effective implementation of important provisions continues to be elusive. In addition, adults charged with McKinney-Vento implementation in schools voice frustration with overload and lack of support or consistent resources. Through interviews with youth experiencing homelessness, Aviles de Bradley introduces readers to their remarkable resilience under fire and their determination to thrive despite the systemic inequities they encounter daily. The book also explores how poor people of color experience and interface with social institutions, namely schools, and uncovers important connections between homelessness and racism using a Critical Race Theory framework. Readers are challenged to see McKinney-Vento implementation not as charity, but as an issue of legislated social justice and to work towards educational equity for students experiencing homelessness. Book Features: Portrays how students and schooling are affected by homelessness.Shows how homelessness interacts with and impacts teaching and learning.Brings to life the personal stories and struggles of homeless youth.Examines school practices in light of existing federal law.Includes the voices of school personnel charged with supporting homeless students. “Ann M. Aviles de Bradley... draws on an intersectional framework to carefully examine the polices and practices that shape outcomes for homeless youth in large urban centers such as Chicago. Her carefully contextualized examinations of the racialized experiences of homeless youth of color brings a searing poignancy and richness to the work which sets it apart all the others. This book will completely transform the way we think about how to address the needs of homeless youth in our schools.” —Marvin Lynn, Dean and Professor, School of Education, Indiana University South Bend “Dr. Aviles de Bradley succinctly captures a conversation many in the United States are afraid to engage in: the relationship between race and homelessness. Her research contributes to the larger project of justice in education by challenging conventional notions of educational policy formation and implementation with dexterity and care. Moving us away from charity and toward equity is a bold and necessary move in any grounded struggle toward transformative education.” —David Stovall, Educational Policy Studies and African-American Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago

Ability Equity and Culture Sustaining Inclusive Urban Education ReformAbility Equity and Culture Sustaining Inclusive Urban Education Reform



Inclusive educationUnited States. 2. Education, UrbanUnited States. 3. Educational change—United States. I. Kozleski, Elizabeth B. LC1201.

Author: Elizabeth B. Kozleski

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 9780807754924

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Page: 264

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This comprehensive book is grounded in the authentic experiences of educators who have done, and continue to do, the messy everyday work of transformative school reform. The work of these contributors, in conjunction with research done under the aegis of the National Institute of Urban School Improvement (NIUSI), demonstrates how schools and classrooms can move from a deficit model to a culturally responsive model that works for all learners. To strengthen relationships between research and practice, chapters are coauthored by a practitioner/researcher team and include a case study of an authentic urban reform situation. This volume will help practitioners, reformers, and researchers make use of emerging knowledge and culturally responsive pedagogy to implement reforms that are more congruent with the strengths and needs of urban education contexts.