Harvard Educational Review
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    Empowering Minority Students

    A Framework for Intervention

    Jim Cummins
    A theoretical framework for analyzing minority students' school failure and the relative lack of success of previous attempts at educational reform, such as compensatory education and bilingual education, is presented. Ways to promote the empowerment of students which can lead to their success in school are discussed.

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    Spring 1986 Issue

    Abstracts

    Merit Pay and the Evaluation Problem
    Why Most Merit Pay Plans Fail and a Few Survive
    Richard J. Murnane and David K. Cohen
    Empowering Minority Students
    A Framework for Intervention
    Jim Cummins
    Review of "A Study of High Schools"
    A Dialogue in Three Parts
    Marvin Lazerson
    Thinking About Teachers and the Curriculum
    William Ayers
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