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Author SealeyRuiz, Yolanda
Title Teacher Education and Black Communities : Implications for Access, Equity and Achievement
Imprint Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Incorporated, 2014
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Series Contemporary Perspectives on Access, Equity, and Achievement
Contemporary Perspectives on Access, Equity, and Achievement
Note Cover -- Series page -- Teacher Education and Black Communities -- Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- PART I: PREPARING TEACHERS TO TEACH BLACK STUDENTS -- Part I Introduction: Preparing Teachers to Teach Black Students -- CHAPTER 1: Insights for Future Educators on Promoting Nonresident Black Father Involvement in Schools, Increasing Black Student Achievement, and Advancing Equity in Education -- CHAPTER 2: Making Space for Black Queer Teachers -- CHAPTER 3: New Visions of Collective Achievement -- CHAPTER 4: Young Scholars -- CHAPTER 5: Invisible Hands -- CHAPTER 6: Not Strangers -- PART II: PREPARING BLACK STUDENTS TO BECOME TEACHERS -- Part II Introduction: Teachers and Teaching for the New Millennium -- CHAPTER 7: Mending the Pipeline -- CHAPTER 8: Human Capital Investment -- CHAPTER 9: An Evaluation of an In-House Coaching Pilot Study within the Institute of Education, University of London -- CHAPTER 10: Bad Boys to Master Teachers -- CHAPTER 11: The Legacy Lives, "I Leave You a Thirst for Education"--Dr. Bethune's Vision in Action -- PART III: IMPLICATIONS FOR ACCESS, EQUITY, AND ACHIEVEMENT -- Part III Introduction: The Contextual Factor of Race in Equity, Access, and Achievement -- CHAPTER 12: Equity in Opportunities to Learn Mathematics -- CHAPTER 13: Using Observation Prompts in the Urban Elementary School Field Placement -- CHAPTER 14: Collateral Damage in the Classroom -- EPILOGUE: Teacher Education and Black Communities -- About the Editors -- About the Contributors
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Link Print version: SealeyRuiz, Yolanda Teacher Education and Black Communities : Implications for Access, Equity and Achievement Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Incorporated,c2014 9781623966973
Subject Blacks -- Education
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