Multiethnic Schools, Creating Effective

Nearly 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, educational equity for students of color remains a primary concern at all levels of education in the United States. Broad, extensive, and pervasive disparities persist in the educational experiences and outcomes between many students of color and many White and Asian American students. These racial and ethnic disparities in educational outcomes are directly linked to demonstrated differences in students' educational experiences, and there is much that educators know and can do to create more effective schools for students of color. Moreover, strategies for the creation of more effective schools for multiethnic student populations and better outcomes for students of color are known and do not wholly depend on increased spending—there is much that policymakers, school leaders, ...

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