Handbook of Research on Social Inequality and Education

Editor/Author Wisdom, Sherrie, Leavitt, Lynda and Bice, Cynthia
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

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ISBN: 978-1-5225-9108-5
Category: Social Sciences - Education
Image Count: 18
Book Status: Available
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The Handbook of Research on Social Inequality and Education is a critical reference source that provides insights into social influences on school and educational settings.

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Table of Contents

    • Book Series
    • Editorial Advisory Board
    • Foreword
    • Preface
    • Section 1: The United States
    • Chapter 1: African American Students, Racism, and Academic Injustice
    • Chapter 2: Re-Conceptualizing Race in New York City’s High School Social Studies Classrooms
    • Chapter 3: State-Wide Teacher Walkouts Highlight Equality Gaps
    • Chapter 4: Barriers to a STEM Career
    • Chapter 5: Consequences of Inequality and Exclusion on the Culture of Higher Education Institutions
    • Chapter 6: Peer Support of Graduate Students of Color Through a Formal Graduate Student Association
    • Chapter 7: An Examination of How Legal Status Affects Enrollment and Graduation Rates
    • Chapter 8: Education and Rural America
    • Chapter 9: A School Model for Developing Access to Higher Education for African American
    • Chapter 10: What Are We Missing?
    • Chapter 11: Envisioning Change and Extending Library Reach for Impact in Underserved School Communities
    • Chapter 12: The Role of Language Ideologies in the Self-Efficacy of Pre-Service Bilingual Education Teachers
    • Section 2: Other Countries Throughout the World
    • Chapter 13: Transformation and Social Justice in South African Higher Education
    • Chapter 14: Capabilities-Based Transformative Online Learning Pedagogy for Social Justice
    • Chapter 15: Perpetuating Social Injustice Through Neglecting the Voices of the Non-Unionized Teachers
    • Chapter 16: The Impact of Knowledge and Attitude of SGB Members Toward Adoption of Social Justice and Democracy
    • Chapter 17: The Role of Culturally Responsive Teacher to Ensure Social Justice in Education
    • Chapter 18: An Overview of International Students and Discrimination in Higher Education
    • Chapter 19: Acculturation Stress and Its Reflections in Terms of Social Inequality
    • Chapter 20: Bridging the Gap With QR Codes
    • Chapter 21: Parental/Guardian Subsidization of Extra Tuition and the Marginalization of the Poor in Zimbabwe
    • Chapter 22: Promoting Access and Success for Disadvantaged Students in Indonesian Basic Education
    • Chapter 23: Educational Reform
    • Chapter 24: Types of Leadership
    • Chapter 25: Parental Involvement Contributes to Family Cultural Capital in J District in Shanghai
    • About the Contributors
    • Compilation of References