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With More Deliberate Speed: Achieving Equity and Excellence in Education:Realizing the Full Potential of Brown V. Board of Education


reviewed by P. Rudy Mattai & Jacqueline M. Williams — August 01, 2007

coverTitle: With More Deliberate Speed: Achieving Equity and Excellence in Education:Realizing the Full Potential of Brown V. Board of Education
Author(s): Arnetha Ball
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers,
ISBN: 1405156112 , Pages: 300, Year: 2006
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The 105th Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education (NSSE) appropriately chose to highlight what is perhaps the most problematic state of affairs in schooling in the US - the elusive quest for equity and excellence in education for ALL. Arnetha F. Ball’s (2006) work commissioned by NSSE, With more deliberate speed: Achieving equity and excellence in education – Realizing the full potential of Brown v. Board of Education, purports to use Brown v. Board of Education as a jump-off point to “frame discussions about issues of equity and excellence in education from different perspectives and with a particular focus on literacy” (p. 4). Drawing on the expertise of “nine eminent scholars in the fields of history, linguistics, sociology, anthropology, language policy, and educational reform . . . along with a responding scholar” (p. 4) to each of the nine essays, the piece provides a plethora of... (preview truncated at 150 words.)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 01, 2007
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14575, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 6:29:54 AM

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  • P. Mattai
    SUNY-College at Buffalo
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    P. RUDY MATTAI, Ph.D. is Professor, Educational Foundations, SUNY-College at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, currently President (2006-2009) of the Global Federation of the Associations for Teacher Education (GloFATE) and immediate Past President (2006-2007) of the Association for Teacher Educators (USA). He is the editor of the Child Studies Journal. He is also CEO & Principal Associate of Cosmos Consulting Associates, LLC, a private corporation that focuses on educational program development, assessment, evaluation & personnel recruitment internationally at all levels of private and public education. His research areas are race and ethnic issues in schooling, community and schooling, and urban education; he has published widely in those areas. He has received numerous awards and consults nationally and internationally on diversity issues and program development and evaluation. Contact: prmattai@roadrunner.com or mattaipr@buffalostate.edu
  • Jacqueline Williams
    Global Educational Services
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    JACQUELINE M. WILLIAMS, Ed.S. is currently completing an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on the Gifted and Talented. She has been an instructor in Exceptional Education in public schools in New York and Florida and has taught in both traditional and nontraditional classrooms. She is actively engaged in school board administration and pursues research activities in the area of the gifted and talented. She is President of Global Educational Services which provides a vast array of consulting services in P-20 educational levels internationally and has received numerous academic awards including the Certificate of Excellence Award and a Minority Fellowship Award, SUNY-College at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Contact: jmw_135@hotmail.com
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