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Still Separate and Unequal: Segregation and the Future of Urban School…

by Barry A. Gold

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Racially separate schools cannot be equal even if funding levels are the same as wealthy White school districts according to Barry A. Gold in his provocative new book. By documenting the effects that the New Jersey Supreme Court Abbott V decision had on schools and classrooms, Gold argues that Abbott V, along with NCLB, actually widened the gap between middle-class White students and minority students by creating a new but less effective type of urban education. This in-depth examination describes and analyzes the actual behaviour of administrators and teachers to understand how and why these educational reforms failed.

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