5 edition of Urban, social, and educational issues found in the catalog.
Urban, social, and educational issues
|Statement||edited by Leonard H. Golubchick, Barry Persky.|
|Series||Doctorate Association of New York Educators series|
|Contributions||Golubchick, Leonard H., Persky, Barry.|
|LC Classifications||LA217 .U73 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
The chapters in Urban Educational Leadership for Social Justice: International Perspectives constitute a collection of works that explore dynamics related to equity in multiple contexts. Authors examined these issues in Turkey, Egypt the United States, Thailand and at a global level by comparing and contrasting school leadership practice across. Urban schools have the opportunity to narrow social divides—or, at our peril, widen them even further. Ewing explores these issues in an upcoming book about the mass school closures in Chicago in , which resulted in the displacement of thousands of African American children from their neighborhood schools. decay, urban degeneration is not a sudden occurrence; it results from decades of government neg-lect, misguided policy decisions, and exploitation by individual property owners. The social problems discussed throughout this book coalesce in acute forms in many of our nation’s Size: KB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Golubchick, Leonard H. Urban, social, and educational issues. Dubuque, Iowa, Kendall/Hunt Pub. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Series Title: Doctorate Association of New York Educators series.
Urban Issues provides a window into how policy is created and implemented in America’s cities and is sure to spark classroom discussions. Each chapter examines the key players, stakes, background, and lessons for the future, while covering the range of facts, analyses, and opinions surrounding each issue/5(3).
Scaglia, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Urban sociology seeks to describe and interpret the causal connections between the constitutive elements of a city and the factors that give rise to them. This approach furnishes understanding of the complex as well as profound meaning of every urban reality, notably the territorial.
It is urgent for our country--educationally and ethically--that teacher preparation programs reflect on these issues. Click here to read Mike Albertson's blog entitled Urban Education and Beyond.
Paying closer attention to the educational phenomenon amongst the urban poor is a priority for social, policies and social programs. This systematic literature review (SLR) seeks to highlight the limitations and opportunities of this population for benefitting from : Marisol Silva-Laya, Natalia D'Angelo, Elda García, Laura Zúñiga, Teresa Fernández.
About This Journal. Education and Urban Society (EUS) is the preeminent journal for communicating new ideas on educational processes, controversies, research, and policy.
It places special emphasis on the relationship between educators and society. It is an important outlet for the wide variety of disciplines studying today's educational systems and provides a.
Educational Issues of Urban Culture Author/s: Glen and Loni Kehrein Preview: Inafter twenty years of operating ancillary educational programs on Chicago's west side, we started a Christ-centered elementary school. The reason. We found more educational and character deficits than we could address in limited after-school and church programs.
Urban Education is a journal that publishes papers addressing urban issues related to those from birth through graduate school, from both a U.S. and an international perspective.
The journal publishes research and conceptual reviews that contribute new, extensive, and expanded knowledge regarding theory, research and/or practice in the field.
While sociodemographics are not themselves the challenge of urban school systems, they speak to the broader social and economic inequities facing such populations that invariably frame the work of urban schools. As Orfield () explained, segregation and poverty underlie grander issues in urban education systems.
New challenges for urban social work and urban social work research Article (PDF Available) in European Journal of Social Work 14(1) March Author: Dirk Geldof. Urban Teachers was founded with the idea that talented, highly-prepared, career teachers can open the doors to future success for city school children.
As longtime employees of the Baltimore City Public Schools system, Jennifer Green and Christina Hall saw too many teachers arrive at urban schools without the skills they needed for the classroom.
Articles cover topics such as mental health needs of urban students, student motivation and teacher practice, school-to-work programs and community economic development, restructuring in large urban schools and health and social services.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). By showing the limitations of urban school reform in dealing with conditions created by macroeconomic and metropolitan policies, she presents a compelling case for a social movement that centers on education but that addresses the broader issues of social inequality.
This well written book is must reading for anyone concerned about the state of /5(10). (shelved times as social-issues) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving. Urban environments are complex. Along with offering cultural attractions like museums and restaurants, these areas are home to diverse populations.
Ones that include people of different ethnic, racial and income backgrounds. Urban environments are also. The book utilizes a social systems perspective and helps readers to recognize the linkages between social welfare policy and social work practice within the context of urban social problems.
Systems theory is important because it stresses direct practice, the role of the agency and social : $ The contributors explore the biological, cultural and social values of urban biodiversity, including methods for assessing and evaluating urban biodiversity, social and educational issues, and practical measures for restoring and maintaining biodiversity in.
The challenge of raising knowledgeable, responsible, and caring children is recognized by nearly everyone. Few realize, however, that each element of this challenge can be enhanced by thoughtful, sustained, and systematic attention to children's social and emotional learning (SEL).Indeed, experience and research show that promoting social and emotional.
Anna R. McPhatter, PhD, LCSW is Dean and Professor, School of Social Work, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD. With 35 years of teaching in undergraduate and graduate social work programs, Dr. McPhatter is an expert on child welfare, human behavior in the social environment, social group work, family treatment, culturally competent social work practice and clinical Price: $ Here we publish 10 pre-release chapters from the book, URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION REVIEW, to be published by Cornell University Press in See the 10 here.
Around the world, urban environmental education programs care about human well-being and ecosystem health in cities, where the majority of humans now live. Through various. A supplemental text with a fresh, bold edge, Challenges of Urban Education includes a range of topics from quantitative analyses of student demographics to the description and analysis of urban high school students' creative writing.
The book bridges the dualisms of local and global, theory and practice, and structure and agency. Housing. A third problem involves there are several related issues. Much urban housing is substandard, as this chapter’s opening news story illustrated, and characterized by such problems as broken windows, malfunctioning heating systems, peeling lead paint, and insect infestation.
At the same time, adequate housing is not affordable for many city residents, as. This volume illuminates the most pressing challenges faced by urban schools, teachers, teacher candidates, and teacher training programs and offers a range of insights and possibilities for urban teacher education and teaching.
Covering issues spanning the broadly theoretical to the urgently practical, it goes beyond the traditional discourses in teacher education to focus on Cited by: Urban Educational Leadership for Social Justice: International Perspectives. / Brooks, Jeffrey S.; Brooks, Melanie C.
Charlotte NC USA: Information Age Publishing, p. (Educational Leadership for Social Justice). Research output: Book/Report › Edited Book › Other › Author: Jeffrey S.
Brooks, Melanie C. Brooks. In a massive survey of urban education, Education Week concluded that “most 4th graders who live in U.S. cities can’t read and understand a simple children’s book, and most 8th graders can.
Perspectives on Urban Education seeks research that adds to and deepens understanding of educational issues in urban contexts. Feature articles are selected for publication on the basis of originality and relevance to the field of urban education.
Length:. Education and Urban Society (EUS) is a multidisciplinary journal that examines the role of education as a social institution in an increasingly urban and multicultural society. To this end, EUS publishes articles exploring the functions of educational institutions, policies, and processes in light of national concerns for improving the environment of urban schools that seek to.
support the hypothesis tested and the call for equal educational resources for both urban and suburban school systems. Keywords: Public Education, Urban, Suburban, Social Closure Theory. Introduction. In America, public education systems prove to be important cornerstones for the foundation of Size: KB.
Urban school reform in the United States is characterized by contentious, politicized debate. This course explores a set of critical issues in the education and educational reform space, with a focus on aspects of the field that have sparked controversy and polarized views/5(16).
issues influenced by the historical, social, and political contexts of educational settings (formal and informal) in the United States. As future educators, it is important for you to develop an understanding of these historical issues and political conflicts and how they have contributed toAuthor: Deanna Cozart, Brian W Dotts, James Gurney, Tanya Walker, Amy Ingalls.
urban development alone cannot deal sufficiently with the deteriorated urban environment and the related issues that are derived from rapid urbanization, the Journal of Urban Management (JUM) has its two-fold aims set to integrate the studies across fields in.
“Urban” Education (a working description) – Addressing economic, social/cultural, political, and environmental issues in education (often in an urban setting) through a culturally responsive lens and in a local to global context focusing on diversity, equity and social justice leading to critical consciousness and civic engagement.
The Graduate Center, The City University of New York Established inthe Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) is devoted primarily to doctoral studies and awards most of CUNY's doctoral degrees. An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the Graduate Center offers more than thirty.
JNE, "a refereed scholarly periodical, was founded at Howard University in to fill the need for a scholarly journal that would identify and define the problems that characterized the education of Black people in the United States and elsewhere, provide a forum for analysis and solutions, and serve as a vehicle for sharing statistics and research on a national basis."Author: Kate Pittsley-Sousa.
A number of issues and controversies now face educators and communities. Among them are discipline and security; race, ethnicity, and equality; mainstreaming; and public versus private education.
Expressions of violence have increased in the culture, and so has violence in the schools. In the past, only urban or poor inner‐city schools. In the introduction, Ginwright describes the main themes of the book. First, he posits that although Afrocentric educational reform offers a useful alternative to traditional curricula for African American students, it does not adequately address the social ills that plague many urban schools and communities.
can positively affect social cohesion, economic performance and social mobility of individuals and groups.
These issues (social cohesion, economic performance and social mobility) positively affect tolerance and respect between individuals and groups.
Current urban policies often lack a positive view on urban diversity, because they generally focusFile Size: 81KB. Urban Review provides a forum for the presentation of original investigations, reviews, and essays which examine the issues basic to the improvement of urban schooling and education.
The broad scope of topics presented reflects awareness of the multidisciplinary nature of contemporary educational problems. Provides a forum for the presentation of empirical, interpretive, and.
Urban Education Facing History has a deep commitment to teachers and students in underserved urban areas, which represent over 60% of our work in schools.
The problems and issues confronting urban schools are typically manifestations of larger societal problems related to social inequality, racism, and the deterioration of resource-deprived.
Welcome! Join the Institute for Urban and Minority Education in exploring critical educational issues. One of the first university-based institutes devoted to designing research and programs to improve educational and life outcomes for people of color in urban areas, IUME has a rich history and tradition of producing cutting-edge research, developing wide-ranging educational .McEachin and Brewer (Chapter 6, this volume) document that the majority of the U.S.
population now lives in urban areas. In fact, this has become true world-wide and the proportion of those living in cities continues to grow (Cohen, ). Urbanization, though, is a relatively recent historical development.
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