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The Education Trap: Schools and the Remaking of Inequality in Boston


reviewed by Matthew Rankin - June 28, 2021

coverTitle: The Education Trap: Schools and the Remaking of Inequality in Boston
Author(s): Cristina Viviana Groeger
Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 0674249119, Pages: 346, Year: 2021
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 28, 2021
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23756, Date Accessed: 9/28/2021 10:10:02 PM

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  • Matthew Rankin
    Emory University
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    MATTHEW RANKIN is a fifth-year graduate student in the Department of Sociology at Emory University. He received his MA from Emory University, with academic concentrations in the areas of social inequality and social psychology. His research interests center on the Sociology of Education, symbolic boundary drawing, and racial in-group and out-group dynamics. Currently, Matthew is performing data collection and analysis for his dissertation, entitled For Our Children: How Black Parents Approach Homeschooling. This project examines how gender informs black homeschooling, focusing intently on parental motivations (i.e., for choosing to homeschool), curricular choices (i.e., for materials and thematic content), and instruction (i.e., teaching methods), and how these factors shape learning experiences for black girls vis--vis black boys.
 
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