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Resisting Discrimination By Luis Miron

Resisting Discrimination by Luis Miron

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Summary

The social reality of discrimination in schools is examined in this volume. Through extensive interviews conducted in four inner-city schools in the United States, Louis F Mir[ac]on identifies two forms of discrimination - racial and academic. He then presents positive strategies designed for administrative leaders to eradicate the problem of discrimination from their schools.

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Resisting Discrimination: Affirmative Strategies for Principals and Teachers by Luis Miron

The social reality of discrimination in schools is examined in this volume. Through extensive interviews conducted in four inner-city schools in the United States, Louis F Mir[ac]on identifies two forms of discrimination - racial and academic. He then presents positive strategies designed for administrative leaders to eradicate the problem of discrimination from their schools.

Table of Contents

Documenting Discrimination Subtle and Not-so-Subtle Preparing for Action Administrative Leadership Teacher Research in Service of Community Student Governance Forging Community Partnerships Making City Government an Ally Cultivating an Ethics of the Heart

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GOR010814034
9780803964235
0803964234
Resisting Discrimination: Affirmative Strategies for Principals and Teachers by Luis Miron
Used - Very Good
Paperback
SAGE Publications Inc
1997-02-19
152
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