|Author:||Kevin G. Welner,Jeannie Oakes,Martin Lipton|
|Title:||Legal Rights, Local Wrongs: When Community Control Collides with Educational Equity (SUNY series, Restructuring and School Change)|
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|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Publisher:||SUNY Press (September 27, 2001)|
Legal Rights, Local Wrongs: When Community Control Collides with Educational Equity (SUNY series, Restructuring and School Change). ISBN 13: 9780791451274. Publication Date: 9/27/2001. Help your friends save money!
Legal Rights, Local Wrongs When Community Control Collides with Educational Equity. Kevin G. Welner - Author Jeannie Oakes - Foreword by Martin Lipton - Foreword by. SUNY series, Restructuring and School Change. Release Date: September 2001. ISBN10: 0-7914-5127-5 ISBN13: 978-0-7914-5127-4.
Home All Categories Legal Rights, Local Wrongs: When Community Control Collides With Educational Equity (Suny Series, Restructuring and School Change). ISBN13: 9780791451281. Legal Rights, Local Wrongs : When Community Control Collides with Educational Equity. Welner studied districts across the country in San Jose, California; Wilmington, Delaware; Woodland Hills, Pennsylvania; and Rockford, Illinois.
Legal Rights Local Wrongs: When Community Control Collides with Educational Equity. This reform context is very different from the politically neutral environments presupposed by conventional school change literature. The book's political and normative focus accordingly examines the least often addressed-and yet most daunting-obstacles standing between America and the just, equitable schools portrayed in American rhetoric.
Legal Rights, Local Wrongs: When Community Control Collides with Educational Equity. Welner, Kevin G. – 2001. The case studies show how white, upper middle class parents exercised a disproportionate amount of power in local school policy makin. escriptors: Board of Education Policy, Case Studies, Court Litigation, Diversity (Student). – Journal of Negro Education, 1999. Presents a case study of one school district engaged in a reform designed to reduce ability grouping, noting teachers' and parents' role in undermining equity-minded change. Albany, New York: SUNY Press. 9 For the arguments set for by tracking proponents and the critiques of these works, see: Loveless, T. (1999). The tracking wars: State reform meets school policy 4 of 5. Welner, K. G. & Mickelson, R. (2000).
Agregar a la lista de deseos. Welner is Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder and a former practicing attorney.
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To succeed, such equity-focused change must move beyond conventional change to address a series of unique political and normative challenges (Oakes, Welner, Yonezawa, & Allen, 1998). A related recommendation from that earlier chapter was that the processes of formulating, adopting, and implementing include the active participation of members of less powerful communities as well as the professionals and elites who typically lead reforms. Legal rights, local wrongs: When community control collides with educational equity. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. Renée . Welner . Oakes J. (2010) Social Movement Organizing and Equity-Focused Educational Change: Shifting the Zone of Mediation. In: Hargreaves . Lieberman . Fullan . Hopkins D. (eds) Second International Handbook of Educational Change.
D Ready, V Lee, KG Welner. CC Burris, E Wiley, K Welner, J Murphy. J Oakes, K Welner, S Yonezawa, RL Allen. International handbook of educational change, 952-975, 1998.