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“Integration was a Solution to Segregation, but Integration does not Address Quality Education”: A Conversation About School Desegregation with Dr. Michael A. Middleton


by Sarah Diem & Jeffrey Brooks — 2013

We conclude this special issue reflecting back on the history of desegregation and questioning how we move forward in trying to achieve racially integrated school settings. The epilogue includes a conversation with Dr. Michael A. Middleton, an expert in civil rights and employment discrimination and served as the lead counsel for plaintiffs in the St. Louis metropolitan school desegregation litigation. Dr. Middleton discusses the history, current status, and future of school desegregation.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 11, 2013, p. 1-11
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17214, Date Accessed: 12/14/2017 8:20:18 AM

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  • Sarah Diem
    University of Missouri
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    SARAH DIEM is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri. Her research focuses on the social and cultural contexts of education, paying particular attention to how the politics and implementation of educational policy affect diversity outcomes. She is also interested in how conversations surrounding race and race relations are facilitated in the classroom and whether these discussions are preparing future school leaders to address critical issues that may impact the students and communities they will oversee. Dr. Diem is currently involved in a study with Erica Frankenberg that examines the impact of suburbanization on countywide districts’ diversity policies. She received her Ph.D. in Educational Policy and Planning from The University of Texas at Austin, M.P.A from the University of Oregon, and B.A. from The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Diem’s work has been published in Educational Administration Quarterly, The Urban Review, Education Policy Analysis Archives, and Journal of Research in Leadership Education. Dr. Diem is also co-editor of Global Leadership for Social Justice: Taking it from the Field to Practice.
  • Jeffrey Brooks
    University of Idaho
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    JEFFREY S. BROOKS is Professor and Chair of the Department of Leadership & Counseling at the University of Idaho. He is a J. William Fulbright Senior Scholar alumnus who has conducted studies in the United States and the Philippines. His research focuses broadly on educational leadership, and he examines the way leaders influence (and are influenced by) dynamics such as racism, globalization, social justice and school reform. Dr. Brooks is author of The Dark Side of School Reform: Teaching in the Space between Reality and Utopia (Rowman & Littlefield, 2006), and Black School, White School: Racism and Educational (Mis)leadership (Teachers College Press, 2012). He is also co-editor of the volumes What Every Principal Needs to Know to Create Equitable and Excellent Schools (Teachers College Press, 2012), Confronting Racism in Higher Education: Problems and Possibilities for Fighting Ignorance, Bigotry and Isolation (Information Age Publishing, 2012) and Anti-Racist School Leadership: Toward Equity in Education for America’s Students (Information Age Publishing, 2012). Dr. Brooks is Series Editor for the Educational Leadership for Social Justice book series (Information Age Publishing).
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