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The Racial Wealth Divide Project -- research and publications documenting ways in which government policies have contributed to racial inequalities. Racial Bias Built Into Tests -- a 2000 article about a successful case brought against a statewide Texas aptitude test that was found to have racial bias built into its design -- the article also explains that the test construction methods used in designing this test are common. The Timeline Project -- a historical project that presents a critically reflective timeline and more about race relations and gender issues in the U. School ID = diversity and password = inspires The Politics of Children's Literature: What's Wrong with the Rosa Parks Myth?
School Practices for Equitable Discipline of African American Students -- an article discussing the idea that African Americans are often encouraged to act out by culture. These programs, some of which date back to the Civil Rights Movement, grew out of grassroots struggles for social justice and are aimed at reducing inequality by assuring that students who have traditionally had the fewest educational opportunities would gain access to the “best” schools. Despite the fact that these programs are out of sync with the current political framing of problems and solutions in the field of education, the research on these programs to date suggests that they are far more successful than recent choice and accountability policies at closing the achievement gaps and offering meaningful school choices." A Multiracial Society with Segregated Schools: Are We Losing the Dream? Learning While Black: Creating Educational Excellence for African American Children. Status and Trends in the Education of Blacks -- an Oct. How White Teachers Perceive the Problem of Racism in Their Schools: A Case Study in "Liberal" Lakeview.
2003 report by the National Center for Education Statistics.
The Mis-Education of the Negro -- this is an online copy of Carter G.