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by Sharon P. Robinson,M. Christopher Brown II

Download The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind: Schooling Context, Professional Preparation, and Community Politics eBook
ISBN:
0820488224
Author:
Sharon P. Robinson,M. Christopher Brown II
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (February 9, 2007)
Pages:
226 pages
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Robinson, Sharon . Christopher, II, Ed. Peter Lang New York. Child Left Behind) as it relates to the preparation of professional educators and the future of America's schools. This book contains the following chapters: (1) Countering Aggressive Neglect: Creating a Transformative Educational Agenda in the Wake of Katrina (Linda Darling-Hammond); (2) Crossing the Waters: Katrina and the Other Great Migration-Lessons for African American K-12 Students' Education (Kassie Freeman); (3) Now They're Wet: Hurricane Katrina as Metaphor for Social and Educational Neglect (Gloria.

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Are you sure you want to remove The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind from your list? The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind. Published January 22, 2007 by Peter Lang Publishing.

Hurricane Katrina Left Behind: Schooling Context, Professional Preparation, and Community Politics. In: Robinson SP, Brown MC II, eds. The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind. New York: Peter Lang; 2007:3-13.

Robinson, SP, Brown, MC IIThe Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind: Schooling Context, Professional Preparation, and Community Politics. New York: Peter Lang. 2. ane, JF, McCaffrey, DF, Kalra, N, Zhou, A. ffects of student displacement in Louisiana during the first academic year after the hurricanes of 2005. J Educ Students Placed Risk. asserly, . ouble jeopardy: public education in New Orleans before and after the storm. In: Hartman C, Squires GD, eds.

The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind: Schooling Context, Professional Preparation, and Community Politics by Sharon P. Christopher Brown II (Peter Lang Publishing). The Great Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast by Douglas Brinkley (Harper Perennial). Breach of Faith: Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death of a Great American City by Jed Horne (Random House).

Even before the 2005 «Disaster in the Delta» – as the devastation and loss wrought by the category-three hurricane known as Katrina came to be known – statistics emerged about the aggressive educational neglect of Louisiana’s African American schoolchildren. The harrowing data about the inadequacies being as racialized as the distribution of aid in the storm’s aftermath are chilling indeed. Yet, they have not dissuaded the more than thirty contributors to this volume from viewing Hurricane Katrina as an opportunity and a challenge to transform schools and society for the good of the entire United States. Divided into three sections («Education and School Contexts,» «Preparing Professionals for the Possible,» and «The Social Dynamics of Education Reform»), the seventeen chapters of The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind discuss what is essential for rebuilding urban schools in New Orleans as well as the nation, engaging the nuanced nexus of social events and educational policy (e.g., No Child Left Behind) as it relates to the preparation of professional educators and the future of America’s schools. As Linda Darling-Hammond notes in her Foreword, each chapter speaks «powerfully and poignantly to [centuries of educational neglect and failed social policies] and to what we can and must do about it.»