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Title: Democracy and Education


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Fred Schultz Notable Selections In Education
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Ted Sizer Horaces Hope What works for the
American High School
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Parental Choice Of Schooling
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Expert Critiques Theodore Sizer,
a professor emeritus at Brown University, is the
acting principal of the Parker Charter School in
Devens, Mass. Sizer has written three books on
redesigning high schools. He is also the founder
and chairman of the Coalition of Essential
Schools, a high school reform movement started in
the 1980's.
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What is Parental Choice? Why does Horace have
Hope?
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Are all teachers required To do serious,
rigorous, Academic work in preparation To become
teachers?
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What will be The future of homework ?
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Are there New schools that you would like to
see developed?
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Joel Spring Deculturalization. Dominated
Cultures.
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Joel Spring, professor of education at the State
University of New York - New Paltz, received his
Ph.D. in educational policy studies from the
University of Wisconsin. His father was born a
citizen of the Choctaw Nation in Indian Territory
prior to the abolishment of the Choctaw
government and the creation of Oklahoma.
Professor Springs current interest in Native
American culture and history is a reflection of
his Indian background.
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Diane Ravich
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The Civil Rights Movement
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Culture Wars
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The Great Society
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Multicultural Education
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What is non-violent protest?
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How did non-violent Protest work in the Civil
rights movement?
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What are Multicultural Questions or Issues?
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The Civil Rights Act Of 1964
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1954 Brown v. Board of Education
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Title IX
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Why the present concern for Multicultural
Education?
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Cornel West Race Matters
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First published in 1993 on the one-year
anniversary of the L.A. riots, Race Matters has
since become an American classic. Beacon Press is
proud to present this hardcover edition with a
new introduction by Cornel West. The issues that
it addresses are as controversial and urgent as
before, and West's insights remain fresh,
exciting, and timely. Now more than ever, Race
Matters is a book for all Americansone that will
help us build a genuine
multiracial democracy.
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All American children must receive just and fair
opportunities to develop well in American
society
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Why have Liberal Conservative Agendas failed?
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Liberals fix Is economic.
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Conservative Improve morals of poor black men
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How would you perceive the present and future
dialogue with regard to race?
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What assumptions should we question in talking
about race relations?
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Why does race matter?
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Afrocentrism Silent on issues Black
women Gays ----- Reinforces narrow view of race
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Today 86 of white suburban Americans live in
neighborhoods that are less than 1 black.
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Chocolate cities and vanilla suburbs
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1 of the population owns 37 of the
wealth - 10 0f the population owns 86 0f the
wealth
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What is to be done?
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Use our Common history
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Improve the infrastructure Water and
sewage Bridges and highways Electricity
grid Subways and streets
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Poverty 1/2 of black children 2/5 of Hispanic
children
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Large scale public intervention Housing, food,
health care, education, child care and jobs
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New leadership for a more stable America
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Fred Schultz Notable Selections In Education
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Carmen Luke Feminism Pedagogies of everyday
life
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Gender differentiated Conceptions of childhood
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According to Luke what is the View of many
parenting magazines?
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According to Luke what is the Distortion of
motherhood and childhood?
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What are the most important influences on
personal gender identity development?
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Why does Luke think that a distinction between
prefeminist and post feminist perspectives on
personal identity should be made?
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