skip to main content
Lingue:

DESEGREGATING TEACHERS

WENDY PARKER

Wash. U. L. Rev., Vol.86 pp.1-1493, 2008 [Rivista Peer Reviewed]

Fulltext non disponibile

Citazioni Citato da
  • Titolo:
    DESEGREGATING TEACHERS
  • Autore: WENDY PARKER
  • Note di contenuto: ... Many of the justifications for segregating teachers in the mid-twentieth century continue to be advocated today: minority students need minority teachers as role models; teachers prefer to teach students of their own race/ethnicity; and school districts are responding to teacher preferences in times of teacher shortage. ... The odds ratios for Latino teacher segregation for school districts outside of North Carolina are more telling simply because the percentage of Latino teachers is much higher. ... Desegregation orders subjected children of color to long bus rides to schools that were hostile or indifferent to their learning and asked them to assimilate to succeed; desegregation destroyed segregated schools that were points of community pride; and integration assumed that sitting next to white children would guarantee children of color educational attainment. ... None of the social science literature documenting the value of teachers of color teaching students of color argued that white teachers could not be effective teachers for students of color as well. ... The Parents Involved plurality was mistaken in refusing to recognize the other basic message of Brown: segregation ensures an inequality in resources that has constitutional significance.
  • Fa parte di: Wash. U. L. Rev., Vol.86 pp.1-1493, 2008
  • Soggetti: Kindergartener; Discriminating; Discrimination; Neighborhood; Indissolubly; Encountered; Volunteered; Educational; Classrooms; Population; Education Law
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Tipo: Articolo
  • Identificativo: ISSN: 0043-0862
  • Fonte: Academic Law Reviews (LexisNexis®)

Ricerca in corso nelle risorse remote ...