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Relative Outsider

Author : Kendra R. Wallace
ISBN : 1567505511
Genre : Education
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Insights into the developmental experiences of mixed heritage high school and university students, whose numbers have doubled in the U.S. every decade since the 1970s.

Rethinking Professional Issues In Special Education

Author : James L. Paul
ISBN : 1567506275
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Provides students preparing for careers as special educators with an analysis of some of the basic professional and policy issues being rethought in the context of the beginning of the 21st century.

Making Multiracials

Author : Kimberly McClain DaCosta
ISBN : 0804755469
Genre : Social Science
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Making Multiracials explains how a social movement emerged around mixed race identity in the 1990s and how it made "multiracial" a recognizable racial category in the United States.

A Race Against Time

Author : James G. Cibulka
ISBN : 1567506402
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With the aim of improving urban school performance and student outcomes, three approaches to the reform of urban school governance are presented and the potential advantages and disadvantages of each are discussed.

Subject Guide To Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025888533
Genre : American literature
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105111051640
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Resources In Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015079892900
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Multicultural Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015078353326
Genre : Multicultural education
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Ethnic Diversity In Communities And Schools

Author : Kathryn M. Borman
ISBN : 1567503861
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Research has consistently documented the failure of schools to reach students from linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds. One reason suggested for this failure is teachers' lack of understanding and appreciation for students' home backgrounds, while most teachers are eager to becvome informed and supportive of their diverse students many have lacked the opportunity to develop the knowedge and skills appropriate to working with such students. Ethnic Diversity examines how migration and settlement patterns have varied for these populations throughout U.S. history, documenting what researchers have learned about Latino, Native American, African American, urban Appalachian, and Asian American families, neighborhoods, and communities as these relate to children's learning through case studies (in the form of vignettes) and suggests how schools, communites, and universities can address the needs of culturally diverse students and their families.

Raising Biracial Children

Author : Kerry Rockquemore
ISBN : 075910901X
Genre : Social Science
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As the multiracial population in the United States continues to rise, new models for our understanding of mixed-race children and how their conception of racial identity must be developed. A wide divide between academics who research biracial identity, and the everyday world of parents and practitioners who raise and deal with mixed-race children exists. This book aims to fill this gap by providing an extensive synthesis of the existing research in the field, as well as a model for better understanding the unique process of racial identity development for mixed-race children. Raising Biracial Children provides parents, educators, social workers, and anyone interested in multiracial issues with an accessible framework for understanding healthy mixed-race identity development and to translate those findings into practical care-giving strategies.

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