Racial Inequity in Special Education
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Description: An illuminating account of a widespread problem that has received little attention, Racial Inequity in Education sets the stage for a more fruitful discussion about special education and racial justice.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Harvard Education Publishing Group (HEPG)
Publication date: 1/1/2002
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Daniel J. Losen is a former lecturer at Harvard Law School and a senior education law and policy associate at The Civil Rights Project/ Projecto Derechos Civiles at UCLA.
|Introduction: Racial Inequity in Special Education|
|Community and School Predictors of Overrepresentation of Minority Children in Special Education|
|Racial Disparities in the Identification, Funding, and Provision of Special Education|
|Double Jeopardy: An Exploration of Restrictiveness and Race in Special Education|
|Of Rocks and Soft Places: Using Qualitative Methods to Investigate Disproportionality|
|Schools Make a Difference: The Overrepresentation of African American Youth in Special Education and the Juvenile Justice System|
|English-Language Learner Representation in Special Education in California Urban School Districts|
|Disability, Race, and High-Stakes Testing of Students|
|Legal Challenges to Inappropriate and Inadequate Special Education for Minority Children|
|Evaluating the Office for Civil Rights' Minority and Special Education Project|
|IDEA and Disproportionality: Federal Enforcement, Effective Advocacy, and Strategies for Change|
|Ending Segregation of Chicago's Students with Disabilities: Implications of the Corey H. Lawsuit|
|About the Contributors|