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100 1  Stulberg, Lisa M 
245 10 Diversity in American Higher Education :|bToward a More 
       Comprehensive Approach 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Florence :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2011 
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505 0  Front Cover -- Diversity in American Higher Education -- 
       Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of 
       Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- 
       Introduction: Lisa M. Stulberg and Sharon Lawner Weinberg 
       -- Section I: The K-12 Pipeline: Impacts on Educational 
       Equity -- 1. Ethnic and Social Class Disparities in 
       Academic Skills: Their Origins and Consequences: Meredith 
       Phillips -- 2. Inside the K-12 Pipeline for Black and 
       Latino Students: Amanda E. Lewis and Michelle J. Manno -- 
       3. Testing, No Child Left Behind, and Educational Equity: 
       Linda Darling-Hammond -- Section II: The Diversity 
       Imperative: Postsecondary Institutional and Legal 
       Ramifications -- 4. A Long View on "Diversity": A Century 
       of American College Admissions Debates: Lisa M. Stulberg 
       and Anthony S. Chen -- 5. The Diversity Imperative in 
       Elite Admissions: Mitchell L. Stevens and Josipa Roksa -- 
       6. The Diversity Rationale: Its Limitations for 
       Educational Practice: Mitchell J. Chang and María C. 
       Ledesma -- 7. The Official Organization of Diversity in 
       American Higher Education: A Retreat from Race?: anthony 
       lising antonio and Chris Gonzalez Clarke -- Section III: 
       Understanding Progress and Continuing Challenges in 
       American Higher Education -- 8. Trends in the Education of
       Underrepresented Racial Minority Students: Peter 
       Teitelbaum -- 9. Gender Equity in Higher Education: 
       Claudia Buchmann and Thomas A. DiPrete -- 10. LGBT 
       Students, Faculty, and Staff: Past, Present, and Future 
       Directions: Debbie Bazarsky and Ronni Sanlo -- 11. 
       Identifying Talent, Interrupting the Usual: Diversifying 
       the Faculty: Daryl G. Smith -- 12. Asian Americans and 
       Diversity Talk: The Limits of the Numbers Game: Dana 
       Takagi -- 13. Conservative Critics and Conservative 
       College Students: Variations in Discourses of Exclusion: 
       Amy J. Binder and Kate Wood 
505 8  14. Explaining Professors' Politics: Is It a Matter of 
       Self-Selection?: Neil Gross and Catherine Cheng -- 15. 
       Experiences of Exclusion and Marginalization: A Study at 
       the Individual Student Level: Bonita London, Vanessa 
       Anderson, and Geraldine Downey -- Section IV: Future 
       Implications for Diversity: Practice, Policy, and the Law 
       -- 16. HBCUs: Continued Relevance in the New Century: 
       Sarah Willie-LeBreton -- 17. The Role of Women's Colleges 
       in the Twenty-First Century: Leslie Miller-Bernal -- 18. 
       The New Financial Aid Policies: Their Impact on Access and
       Equity for Low-Income Students: Bridget Terry Long -- 19. 
       Improving Assessments of Faculty Diversity: Sharon Lawner 
       Weinberg -- 20. New Legal Perspectives: Implications for 
       Diversity in the Post-Grutter Era: Lia Epperson -- Index 
520    Diversity has been a focus of higher education policy, law,
       and scholarship for decades, continually expanding to 
       include not only race, ethnicity and gender, but also 
       socioeconomic status, sexual and political orientation, 
       and more. However, existing collections still tend to 
       focus on a narrow definition of diversity in education, or
       in relation to singular topics like access to higher 
       education, financial aid, and affirmative action. By 
       contrast, Diversity in American Higher Education captures 
       in one volume the wide range of critical issues that 
       comprise the current discourse on diversity on the college
       campus in its broadest sense. This edited collection 
       explores: legal perspectives on diversity and affirmative 
       action higher education's relationship to the deeper roots
       of K-12 equity and access policy, politics, and practice's
       effects on students, faculty, and staff. Bringing together
       the leading experts on diversity in higher education 
       scholarship, Diversity in American Higher Education 
       redefines the agenda for diversity as we know it today 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
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