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The Resource Desegregating teachers : contesting the meaning of equality of educational opportunity in the South post Brown, Barbara J. Shircliffe

Desegregating teachers : contesting the meaning of equality of educational opportunity in the South post Brown, Barbara J. Shircliffe

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Desegregating teachers : contesting the meaning of equality of educational opportunity in the South post Brown
Title
Desegregating teachers
Title remainder
contesting the meaning of equality of educational opportunity in the South post Brown
Statement of responsibility
Barbara J. Shircliffe
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Shircliffe, Barbara J
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LC214.22.S68
LC item number
S55 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
History of schools & schooling,
Series volume
v. 57
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  • Faculty integration
  • School integration
  • Public schools
  • African American teachers
  • African American educators
  • Southern States
  • Schwarze
  • Lehrer
  • Rassentrennung
  • Aufhebung
  • USA
  • African American educators
  • African American teachers
  • Faculty integration
  • Public schools
  • Race relations
  • School integration
  • Southern States
Label
Desegregating teachers : contesting the meaning of equality of educational opportunity in the South post Brown, Barbara J. Shircliffe
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Ch. 1. Introduction. Losses and gains, but more losses ; Scope of the book ; Organization of the book and chapter overview -- Ch. 2. "It pays to discriminate" : the teacher salary cases in the era of equalization. Equalizing the education burden ; Support for black education ; The widening gap ; Separate and unequal salary schedules ; Salary equalization cases ; White response to salary equalization ; Conclusion -- Ch. 3. Post-Brown litigation : the era of displacement. The assault on black teachers ; Defending black teachers ; Demanding teacher integration ; The Supreme Court speaks ; Conclusion -- Ch. 4. Race-conscious remedies : defining affirmative action, 1965-1971. 1964 Civil Rights Act and ESEA ; Overt resistance ; Colorblind evasions ; Toward race-conscious remedies ; Conclusion -- Ch. 5. Implementation : the era of affirmative action. National and state teachers associations ; Implementation : white flight and teacher turnover ; The experiences of crossover teachers ; Conclusion -- Ch. 6. Desegregating teachers in Jackson, Mississippi. The lottery : drafting teachers for desegregation ; white flight and school leadership in Jackson ; The 1975 Consent Decree ; The layoffs and end to court oversight in Jackson ; Conclusion -- Ch. 7. Tampa-Hillsborough County, Florida : teacher desegregation in black and white. Manning v. Public Board : defining the plaintiff class ; The two-year plan to desegregate teachers ; Crossing over ; Non-black teachers ; Affirmative action : the status of black principals and teachers ; Conclusion -- Ch. 8. Conclusion. Legacies ; Lessons
Control code
757717792
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
[vii], 231 p.
Isbn
9781433112379
Lccn
2011040299
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)757717792
Label
Desegregating teachers : contesting the meaning of equality of educational opportunity in the South post Brown, Barbara J. Shircliffe
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Ch. 1. Introduction. Losses and gains, but more losses ; Scope of the book ; Organization of the book and chapter overview -- Ch. 2. "It pays to discriminate" : the teacher salary cases in the era of equalization. Equalizing the education burden ; Support for black education ; The widening gap ; Separate and unequal salary schedules ; Salary equalization cases ; White response to salary equalization ; Conclusion -- Ch. 3. Post-Brown litigation : the era of displacement. The assault on black teachers ; Defending black teachers ; Demanding teacher integration ; The Supreme Court speaks ; Conclusion -- Ch. 4. Race-conscious remedies : defining affirmative action, 1965-1971. 1964 Civil Rights Act and ESEA ; Overt resistance ; Colorblind evasions ; Toward race-conscious remedies ; Conclusion -- Ch. 5. Implementation : the era of affirmative action. National and state teachers associations ; Implementation : white flight and teacher turnover ; The experiences of crossover teachers ; Conclusion -- Ch. 6. Desegregating teachers in Jackson, Mississippi. The lottery : drafting teachers for desegregation ; white flight and school leadership in Jackson ; The 1975 Consent Decree ; The layoffs and end to court oversight in Jackson ; Conclusion -- Ch. 7. Tampa-Hillsborough County, Florida : teacher desegregation in black and white. Manning v. Public Board : defining the plaintiff class ; The two-year plan to desegregate teachers ; Crossing over ; Non-black teachers ; Affirmative action : the status of black principals and teachers ; Conclusion -- Ch. 8. Conclusion. Legacies ; Lessons
Control code
757717792
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
[vii], 231 p.
Isbn
9781433112379
Lccn
2011040299
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)757717792

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