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Strategies of Segregation: Race, Residence, and the Struggle for Educational Equality


reviewed by Angel Miles Nash & Patrice Preston-Grimes - August 27, 2018

coverTitle: Strategies of Segregation: Race, Residence, and the Struggle for Educational Equality
Author(s): David G. García
Publisher: University of California Press, Los Angeles
ISBN: 0520296877, Pages: 296, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 27, 2018
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22480, Date Accessed: 10/21/2019 12:01:47 AM

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  • Angel Nash
    Chapman University
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    ANGEL MILES NASH, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at Chapman University. She studies the emboldening of Black girls and women in the K-20 STEM educational pipeline and the experiences and mentoring of Black women in higher education. Her recent publications include "Sankofa Sisters: Returning to Sisterhood to Secure Our Progress," featured in Black Sisterhoods: Black Womyn’s Representations of Sisterhood Across the Diaspora (in press, Demeter Press).
  • Patrice Preston-Grimes
    University of Virginia
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    PATRICE PRESTON-GRIMES, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Curry School of Education and Associate Dean for African-American Affairs at the University of Virginia. Her research explores the 20th-century history of African-American schooling in the South before mandated desegregation, and how that educational history can inform current K-16 schooling, policy, and practice. Her publications have appeared in Theory and Research in Social Education, Teachers Education Quarterly, The Journal of Social Studies Research, and the Peabody Journal of Education.
 
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