What's Race Got to Do with It?: How Current School Reform Policy Maintains Racial and Economic Inequality, Second Edition

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Price
$51.81
Publisher
Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
216
Dimensions
6.0 X 8.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781433134968

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About the Author

Edwin Mayorga is Assistant Professor of Educational Studies and Latin American/Latinx Studies at Swarthmore College. He is completing his first book, Dominance and Sobrevivencia: The Barrio and Latinx Education in the Midst of Racial Capitalist Urbanism.

Ujju Aggarwal is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at The New School. She is completing her first book, The Color of Choice: Raced Rights and the Structure of Citizenship in Education, a historically informed ethnography of choice as it emerged in the post-Civil Rights period in the United States.

Bree Picower is Associate Professor at Montclair State University. She is the author of Practice What You Teach: Social Justice Education in the Classroom and the Streets and co-editor of Confronting Racism in Teacher Education: Counternarratives of Critical Practice.

Reviews

"The first edition of What's Race Got To Do With It was critical in orienting educators and activists in the struggle against institutional racism in our schools in an era largely marked by 'colorblind' racism. Now, with a white supremacist in the White House, the editors have thoroughly updated the book to analyze the open attack on Black and Brown students and equip antiracists to fight back by joining the social movements--test resistance, Black Lives Matter at School, community schools, educator strikes, and others--that are turning our schools into sites of resistance."--Jesse Hagopian, Ethnic Studies Teacher; Editor of, Teaching for Black Lives
"The editors of What's Race Got To Do With It understood the urgent need for this second edition. They help us make sense of the perils and possibilities of this moment and lay out an essential race-class analysis so we might understand and attack the many-headed hydra of educational injustice today."--Jeanne Theoharis, Distinguished Professor, Brooklyn College of CUNY; Author, A More Beautiful and Terrible History: The Uses and Misuses of Civil Rights History