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Educational Reform, Students of Color, and Potential Outcomes
Based on middle-class, white values and assumptions, school restructuring proposed in "first wave reform" will increase inequity and stratification and hamper social mobility for minorities. School choice, outcomes-based education, and secondary track systems are critiqued. Contains 53 references. (TD)
Author/Creator: Reyes, Pedro, Scribner, Alicia Paredes
Date Published: Apr-May
Journal/Secondary Title: High School Journal
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Theme issue title: "The Mexican-American Educational Experience." Journal availability: University of North Carolina Press, Box 2288, Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288 (annual subscription: $20 U.S., $15 foreign; individual issues: $6.00 U.S., $7.50 foreign).
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