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Status and Trends in the Education of Blacks -- an Oct. How White Teachers Perceive the Problem of Racism in Their Schools: A Case Study in "Liberal" Lakeview.
2003 report by the National Center for Education Statistics.
Unequal Opportunity Lenders: Analyzing Racial Disparities in Big Banks' Higher Priced Lending -- a 2009 study showing that "Among high income borrowers in 2006, African Americans were three times as likely as whites to pay higher prices for mortgages -- 32.1% compared to 10.5 %.
Hispanics were nearly as likely as African Americans to pay higher prices for their mortgages at 29.1%." A Good Credit Score Did Not Protect Latino and Black Borrowers -- this 2012 study of mortgages signed during the years 2004-2008 shows that African American and Latino borrowers with high credit scores were three or more times likely to be inappropriately "pushed into" high cost, high risk mortgages than whites with the same credit scores.
African American Achievement in America -- a brief and valuable 2003 report by the Education Trust Foundation -- includes data about and discussion of the education/achievement gap and about schools and programs that are overcoming it.
Confronting the Low Expectations of Racism -- an excellent 2004 article by Julie Landsman that details the sometimes overt and sometimes subtle or unconscious ways educators express and act on low expectations in their interactions with African American youth and their parents/caregivers. Buried in the Bitter Waters: The Hidden History of Racial Cleansing in America.
The Timeline Project -- a historical project that presents a critically reflective timeline and more about race relations and gender issues in the U. School ID = diversity and password = inspires The Politics of Children's Literature: What's Wrong with the Rosa Parks Myth?
-- an article and lesson plan by Herb Kohl about the problems inherent in how the story of Rosa Parks is often told and taught in schools and about the importance of teaching the truth about her life of committed activism.
Black Agenda Forum -- video of a March 2010 panel discussion with many key African American leaders, scholars, educators, community activists, and others -- the discussion focuses on challenges facing the African-American community and the nation, the question of whether America is in a "post-racial" era after the election of President Barack Obama, and the future of race relations in the U. Boundary Crossing for Diversity, Equity and Achievement: Inter-District School Desegregation and Educational Opportunity -- a 2009 study that "provides an overview of the educational and social benefits of eight inter-district school desegregation programs – from Boston to East Palo Alto, CA -- that have enabled disadvantaged, Black and Latino students to cross school district boundary lines and attend far more affluent, predominantly White and privileged suburban public schools.
Some of them contained casual references to Negroes but these generally depicted them in menial, subordinate roles, more or less sub-human.
Such books stressed their good fortune at having been exposed, through slavery, to the higher (white man's) civilization. schools, especially disproportionately high suspension and expulsion rates for African American youth.
It challenges educators to think critically about the reasons why a student is misbehaving before employing disciplinary measures. Why Race and Culture Matter in Schools: Closing the Achievement Gap in America's Classrooms.
Accountability, Ability and Disability: Gaming the System?
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Souls of Black Girls -- a video trailer for the longer film of this name -- a goup of Black women discuss ways in which media images of Black women are frustratingly demeaning and limiting. Educating Black Males: Critical Lessons in Schooling, Community and Power.