The social reality of discrimination in schools is examined in this volume. Through extensive interviews conducted in four inner-city schools in the United States, Louis F Mir[ac]on identifies two forms of discrimination - racial and academic. He then presents positive strategies designed for administrative leaders to eradicate the problem of discrimination from their schools.
Preparing for Action
Teacher Research in Service of Community
Forging Community Partnerships
Making City Government an Ally
Cultivating an Ethics of the Heart