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Brown v. Board of Education at 50: Looking Back While Moving Forward—An Introduction

by Amy Stuart Wells & Lamar P. Miller - 2005

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 107 Number 3, 2005, p. 343-345
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11315, Date Accessed: 1/21/2021 6:23:30 PM

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  • Amy Wells
    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    AMY STUART WELLS is a professor of Sociology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is also an editor of the Teachers College Record.
  • Lamar Miller
    New York University
    LAMAR P. MILLER is a Professor of Education and Executive Director of the Metro Center at New York University. Dr. Miller founded the Metro Center in 1978 as an applied research organization that provides technical assistance to public schools, particularly those that serve at risk populations. Dr. Miller is a member of the Executive Board of the Federation of Behavioral Psychological and Cognitive Sciences. He was the chief architect and director of a program to prepare and increase the number of minorities and women in educational research at the NIE. He has served on a number of federal advisory panels for national evaluations of federal programs. His research and evaluations include: The Resilient School and Community Drug Prevention Program; The Production of USDE data for Determining Student Achievement Gains; School Suspension in the Buffalo Public Schools, Development of Political Thinking in Urban Adolescents; and The Evolution of Desegregation in the Buffalo Public Schools. In addition, he has written four books and numerous articles. His books include the Testing of Black Students; Equality of Educational Opportunity, with Edmund Gordon; Brown v. Board of Education with Ellen Lagemann, Brown Plus Forty; and Brown Plus Thirty.
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