|Item type||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Copy||Status||Date Due|
|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||306.43 A111o v.60 2004||c.01||Available|
Title from cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
50 years after Brown vs. Board of Education : the promise and challenge of multicultural education -- The benefits of diversity in education for democratic citizenship -- Developing a more inclusive social identity : an elementary school intervention -- What will you think of me? : racial integration, peer relationships, and achievement among white students and students of color -- Interethnic contact, curriculum, and attitudes in the first year of college -- Is there an inherent mismatch between how black and white students expect to succeed in college and what their colleges expect from them? -- Family life and school experience : factors in the racial identity development of black youth in white communities -- Shift happens : Spanish and English transmission between parents and their children -- Students' of color and European American students' stigma-relevant perceptions of university instructors -- Color-lines as fault-line : teaching interethnic relations in California in the 21st century -- Learning about difference, learning with others, learning to transgress -- Science and social action : an introduction of Professor Daphne B. Bugental, recipient of SPSSI's 2003 Levin Award -- Thriving in the face of early adversity.
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