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Race and Equity in Education

Am I My Brother’s Keeper?

Educational Opportunities and Outcomes for Black and Brown Boys
Adriana Villavicencio, Foreword by David E. Kirkland

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Am I My Brother’s Keeper? offers powerful insights into the challenges of implementing large-scale educational change. The book, chronicling the Expanded Success Initiative (ESI), a four-year study focused on improving the educational outcomes of fifteen thousand Black and Latinx males in New York City public high schools, covers what worked, what didn’t, and what we can learn from the experience.

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Black, Brown, Bruised

How Racialized STEM Education Stifles Innovation
Ebony Omotola McGee, Foreword by David Omotoso Stovall

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Drawing on narratives from hundreds of Black, Latinx, and Indigenous individuals, Ebony Omotola McGee examines the experiences of underrepresented racially minoritized students and faculty members who have succeeded in STEM. Based on this extensive research, McGee advocates for structural and institutional changes to address racial discrimination, stereotyping, and hostile environments in an effort to make the field more inclusive.

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Consejos: The Undergraduate Experiences of Latina/o Students

A Special Issue of the Harvard Educational Review

This Special Issue of the Harvard Educational Review considers the needs, interests, and experiences of Latina/o students currently enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities.

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Diverse Families, Desirable Schools

Public Montessori in the Era of School Choice
Mira Debs

In Diverse Families, Desirable Schools, Mira Debs offers a richly detailed study of public Montessori schools, which make up the largest group of progressive schools in the public sector. As public Montessori schools expand rapidly as alternatives to traditional public schools, the story of these schools, Debs points out, is a microcosm of the broader conflicts around public school choice.

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Education for a Multicultural Society

Edited by Kolajo Paul Afolabi, Candice Bocala, Raygine C. DiAquoi, Julia M. Hayden, Irene A. Liefshitz, and Soojin Susan Oh

In influential and often groundbreaking articles from the Harvard Educational Review, the volume surveys multicultural education’s founding arguments and principles, describes its subsequent evolution, and looks toward its future role and impact.

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Facing Racism in Education

Third Edition
Edited by Sonya L. Anderson, Polly F. Attwood, and Lionel C. Howard

At a time when many in public life and public education are inclined to argue that racial issues and problems belong to a bygone era, this third edition of Facing Racism in Education makes clear the need for continued attention to and open discussion of race and education.

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High Schools, Race, and America’s Future

What Students Can Teach Us About Morality, Diversity, and Community
Lawrence Blum, foreword by Gloria Ladson-Billings

In High Schools, Race, and America’s Future, Lawrence Blum offers a lively account of a rigorous high school course on race and racism.

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Higher Education and the Color Line

College Access, Racial Equity, and Social Change
Edited by Gary Orfield, Patricia Marin, and Catherine L. Horn

Higher Education and the Color Line examines the role of higher education in opening up equal opportunity for mobility in American society--or in reinforcing the segregation between white and nonwhite America.

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Making Black Girls Count in Math Education

A Black Feminist Vision for Transformative Teaching
Nicole M. Joseph, Foreword by Erica N. Walker

Making Black Girls Count in Math Education explores the experiences of Black girls and women in mathematics from preschool to graduate school, deftly probing race and gender inequity in STEM fields.
Available December 2022

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Not Paved for Us

Black Educators and Public School Reform in Philadelphia
Camika Royal, Foreword by Gloria Ladson-Billings

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Not Paved for Us chronicles a fifty-year period in Philadelphia education, and offers a critical look at how school reform efforts do and do not transform outcomes for Black students and educators.

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