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Educating Harlem

Author : Ansley T. Erickson
ISBN : 9780231544047
Genre : History
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Over the course of the twentieth century, education was a key site for envisioning opportunities for African Americans, but the very schools they attended sometimes acted as obstacles to black flourishing. Educating Harlem brings together a multidisciplinary group of scholars to provide a broad consideration of the history of schooling in perhaps the nation’s most iconic black community. The volume traces the varied ways that Harlem residents defined and pursued educational justice for their children and community despite consistent neglect and structural oppression. Contributors investigate the individuals, organizations, and initiatives that fostered educational visions, underscoring their breadth, variety, and persistence. Their essays span the century, from the Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance through the 1970s fiscal crisis and up to the present. They tell the stories of Harlem residents from a wide variety of social positions and life experiences, from young children to expert researchers to neighborhood mothers and ambitious institution builders who imagined a dynamic array of possibilities from modest improvements to radical reshaping of their schools. Representing many disciplinary perspectives, the chapters examine a range of topics including architecture, literature, film, youth and adult organizing, employment, and city politics. Challenging the conventional rise-and-fall narratives found in many urban histories, the book tells a story of persistent struggle in each phase of the twentieth century. Educating Harlem paints a nuanced portrait of education in a storied community and brings much-needed historical context to one of the most embattled educational spaces today.

Educating Everybody S Children

Author : ASCD Improving Student Achievement Research Panel
ISBN : UOM:39015048738598
Genre : Education
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Provides a variety of strategies to help teach students of different cultural, ethnic, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Fugitive Pedagogy

Author : Jarvis R. Givens
ISBN : 9780674983687
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The story of Black education is about more than desegregation and inclusion in mainstream schooling. Jarvis Givens returns to the classrooms of Jim Crow to highlight the forgotten work of Carter G. Woodson and his followers, who undertook the radical act of educating Black children. Their subversive methods continue to provide a model today.

Africa

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ISBN : PSU:000065374658
Genre : Africa
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A Sociology Of Educating

Author : Roland Meighan
ISBN : UOM:39015040336052
Genre : Educational sociology
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Since it was first published in 1981, Sociology of Educating has become a firmly established text in its field. This fourth edition retains much of the structure and content of its predecessors, whilst benefiting from significant changes which take account of educational issues that have arisen and developed in recent years.

Educating Young Children Prenatally Exposed To Drugs And At Risk

Author : Shirley A. Jackson
ISBN : UIUC:30112002010616
Genre : Education
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This report presents findings of an inquiry into the educational needs of children prenatally exposed to drugs and covers: (1) the extent of the problem, (2) negative effects of prenatal drug exposure on a child's educational potential, (3) typical behaviors and learning deficits of such children, and (4) characteristics of successful early childhood programs for this population. The report also contains profiles of eight programs specifically designed to educate children prenatally exposed to drugs or experiencing psychosocial traumas. Programs are located in the District of Columbia, Los Angeles (California), St. Petersburg (Florida), Tampa (Florida), New York City, Chicago (Illinois) and Palo Alto (California). Highlights of the review of the four study questions include: the number of children prenatally exposed to illicit drugs is increasing; the prevalent use of alcohol and cigarettes poses a greater prenatal threat to a larger number of babies than does any illicit drug; 30-40 percent of prenatally drug exposed children display developmental delays in the absence of effective early intervention; there is no profile of behavior and learning typical of drug-exposed children; educators should focus on identifying and addressing the problem behaviors, not on the causes; and successful programs use developmentally appropriate practice standards and not new instructional methodology especially for drug-exposed children. Recommendations, a list of 32 programmatic or organizational resources, and a glossary complete the report. (Contains approximately 132 references.) (DB)

Educating The Disadvantaged

Author : Allan C. Ornstein
ISBN : STANFORD:36105007940690
Genre : Children with social disabilities
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Social Problems

Author : John Stimson
ISBN : 0875813518
Genre : Social problems
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Educating Women At Ursuline College

Author : Rosemarie Carfagna
ISBN : UOM:39015047496990
Genre : Education
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In the early 1990s, Ursuline College, a Catholic women's college in Cleveland, completely redesigned its core curriculum to maximize access, retention and success. The findings presented in this study support the theories upon which the curriculum was designed and add a valuable contribution to the scholarship of educating women.

Educating The Disadvantaged 1970 1971

Author : Russell C. Doll
ISBN : 0404101550
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Educating Dissent

Author : Julia L. Mickenberg
ISBN : MINN:31951P007313661
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Harlem Today

Author : A. Peter Bailey
ISBN : IND:39000001250286
Genre : Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
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Educating A New Majority

Author : Laura I. Rendon
ISBN : UOM:39015031767034
Genre : Education
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This book provides a comprehensive assessment of how well our educational system—from kindergarten through college—serves disadvantaged minority students, and offers a wealth of ideas for strengthening the entire educational pipeline. In twenty original chapters by the country's best thinkers in educational policy throughout the K—16 system, the book presents a holistic, highly coordinated, systemwide approach to improving the education of minority students.

Educating Architects

Author : Martin Pearce
ISBN : UOM:49015002646330
Genre : Architecture
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Explores many of the issues involved in the process of educating an architect.

Equality

Author : William Ryan
ISBN : 0394711858
Genre : Social Science
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Evaluates the nature of equality in America, stressing that our belief in the myth of the self-sufficient individualist is more apt to promote inequality and insecurity than equality for all

Educating Black Librarians

Author : Benjamin F. Speller
ISBN : UOM:39015021507127
Genre : Education
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In 1989, the School of Library and Information Sciences at North Carolina Central University, Durham, celebrating its fiftieth year of educating black librarians and information professionals, held a symposium which examined the past, present, and future of this important topic. The papers cover a range of topics, including black leadership, international and minority-student recruiting, the role of blacks in the profession, the political environment, the probable impact of the coming technological and societal changes of the 21st century, and NCCU's considerable contributions to the profession. Contributors include Floyd B. McKissick, Sr., Jimmy R. Applegate, Michael L. Henninger, Floyd W. Hayes, III, Dario J. Villa, Jane Jurgens, Mary F. Lenox, E.J. Josey, Major R. Owens, Hannah Diggs Atkins, Joyce C. Wright, Ismail Abdullahi, Danny P. Wallace, Margaret Myers, Kathryn C. Stevenson, Patsy Hansel, Benjamin F. Speller, Jr., and Myles M. Jackson.

Educating In Faith

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ISBN : WISC:89063258214
Genre : African American Catholics
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Educating For Art

Author : Rod Taylor
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033019816
Genre : Art
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Educating Students With High Ability

Author : Catherine Clark
ISBN : UOM:39015062463248
Genre : Business & Economics
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Perceived to be academically successful, highly able or gifted children often appear not to require much teacher assistance and subsequently are given less attention. However, these students do have needs, and this book seeks to explain what these are and ways in which teachers can begin to meet them, even when working in difficult circumstances with little support. This revised second edition includes chapters on identification of high ability and the impact of that identification, unrecognised ability, teaching methods, underachievement, student/teacher relations, organisation of learning, gender and culture, general advice to teachers, parental and community involvement.

Educating For The Good Life

Author : Julie Stradling
ISBN : UOM:39015058831234
Genre : Education
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"To renew confidence in this important democratic institution, the dialogue about schooling must turn toward the positive: What is the relationship between democratic ideals and goodness in education? What are the characteristics of good schooling and how can they be integrated into real policies and practices? What are the greatest challenges facing good schools and how are they addressed? This book explores these questions through a descriptive portrait of the highly regarded Cherry Park Program, a non-traditional public middle/high school that has earned the reputation as good due to its strong academic program, its embrace of democratic principles and practices, and its creation of a humane learning environment. Through the voices of students, educators, and scholars, this story offers a valuable and encouraging model for communities hoping to create and sustain an "education worth having.""--BOOK JACKET.

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