4 edition of Urban minority administrators found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Albert K. Karnig and Paula D. McClain ; foreword by Julian Bond.|
|Series||Contributions in political science,, no. 228|
|Contributions||Karnig, Albert K., McClain, Paula Denice.|
|LC Classifications||JS363 .U73 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||88021349|
The Urban Design Committee (UDC) is an advisory board to the Planning Commission that reviews development on public property or in the public right-of-way. In their work, the UDC encourages high standards of urban design and an improved community appearance. Except for short quotes, no part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by information storage or retrieval system, without written permission from The Urban Institute. The nonpartisan Urban Institute is a nonproﬁt, nonpartisan policy research.
The book traces the historical political economy of old industrial cities in the U.S., with Newark as the focus. She shows how the factors that mitigated against reform in the 's developed, and how they represent the "concentration effects of the gradual ghettoization and stigmatization over time of the city's minority poor" (xv).Cited by: This article discusses the challenges in providing psychoeducational services to the rapidly increasing minority populations in the U.S. and offers a brief elaboration of the role and function of school counselors and school psychologists and how they can meet the mental health and educational needs of this large and growing population.
A mix of Hostos faculty and administrators have co-authored a book “Developing Educational Technology at an Urban Community College” that chronicles the College’s efforts to create and enhance educational technology at Hostos Community College. The volume was authored by Carlos Guevara, Director of the Office of Educational Technology/Co-Director for . Teresa Derrick-Mills is a principal research associate in the Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population at the Urban Institute. She studies programs and translates research to improve implementation practice and knowledge building; studies and applies performance measurement and continuous quality improvement in an intergovernmental, cross-sector context; and seeks .
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Foreword by State Senator Julian Bond (Georgia) Introduction: Minority Administrators--Another Frontier by Paula D. McClain and Albert K. Karnig Urban Administrators: The Politics of Role Elasticity by Lenneal J.
Henderson Los Angeles: Racial. She edited the book Urban Minority Administrators: Politics, Policy and Style with Albert K. Karnig. She co-authored the book Race, Place, and Risk: Black Homicide in Urban America with Harold M.
Rose; in it won the National Conference of Black Political Scientists' Best Book Award for a previously published book that has made a Alma mater: Analysis Center of the Wharton.
Her book, Race, Place and Risk: Black Homicide in Urban America, co-authored with Harold W. Rose, won the National Conference of Black Political Scientists' Best Book Award for a previously published book that has made a substantial and continuing contribution.
Minority administrators often use methods that connect well with students in minority-majority schools and enable students to creatively resolve issues (Carr, ; Reitzug & Patterson, ). For example, at one high school, a principal of American Indian background was preparing for the annual school field trip for freshmen.
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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.
However, administrators of urban and urban high poverty schools had more difficulty hiring teachers than their counterparts in most other schools (figure F).
Teacher absenteeism, an indicator of morale, was more of a problem in urban schools than in suburban or rural schools, and in urban high poverty schools compared with rural high poverty.
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PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN AN URBAN MINORITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Literature suggests that parent involvement is an important factor in student achievements. Research findings reveal that the most effective parent involvement programs used personal contact, cultural sensitivity, accommodations, communication.
In this excerpt from English Language Learners: The Essential Guide, ELL researchers David and Yvonne Freeman offer a comprehensive set of tips for choosing culturally relevant books in the ELL classroom.
They also offer a number of book recommendations and a rubric that teachers and students can use to determine whether a book is culturally : Yvonne Freeman. This book immerses prospective administrators in the realities of practice and decision-making through the use of a wide range of open-ended case studies.
Effective practice in school administration involves making decisions about management of schools and reform, including state deregulation, district decentralization, and school restructuring.
The book combines personal narratives, anecdotal evidence, and research-based findings. Guevara and company chronicle a small, urban community college’s efforts to develop and nurture a Community of Practice (CoP) that galvanizes the campus’ adoption of various best philosophies and best-practices and furthers organizational change and.
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SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. City schools, by contrast, serve a very different mix of young people. Roughly two-thirds of urban students are nonwhite, and in the 20 largest school districts, that figure is .This book presents affirmative strategies to rid schools of discrimination.
Many of these strategies were developed as a result of research in four public high schools with large percentages of ethnic and language minority students in the deep south.
The study, which consisted of 48 minute interviews, suggested that there is wide student resistance to both the formal and the hidden Cited by: Table 2. Percentages of minority principals working in central city, urban fringe, and rural public and private schools: _____ Percent of Percent of schools minority principals Public Central city Urban fringe/large town Rural/small town Private Central city Urban fringe/large town Rural/small town _____ .