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High-Stakes Accountability in Urban Elementary Schools: Challenging or Reproducing Inequality?


by John B. Diamond & James Spillane - 2004


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 106 Number 6, 2004, p. 1145-1176
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11569, Date Accessed: 9/21/2021 10:37:24 AM
 
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  • John Diamond
    Northwestern University
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    JOHN B. DIAMOND is an assistant professor of education at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee where he teaches in the Department of Educational Policy and Community Studies. His fields of interest include the sociology of education; stratification; race and class stratification; parent involvement; and leadership and organizational change. He served as research director of the Distributed Leadership Project (http://www.letus.org/dls), a program of research investigating the practice of school leadership in urban elementary schools, from 1999–2002. Recent publications can be found in Sociology of Education, Education Researcher, The Journal of Curriculum Studies, Educational Policy, Anthropology and Education Quarterly ,and The Berkeley Journal of Sociology.
  • James Spillane
    Northwestern University
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    JAMES P. SPILLANE is associate professor of education and social policy, and a Faculty Fellow at the Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University, where he teaches in both the Learning Sciences, and Human Development and Social Policy graduate programs. His research explores the policy implementation process at the state, school district, school, and classroom levels, focusing on intergovernmental relations and policy-practice relations. Spillane is principal investigator of the Distributed Leadership Project (http://www.letus.org/dls), a program of research investigating the practice of school leadership in urban elementary schools. He is associate editor of Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. Recent publications can be found in Cognition and Instruction, Education Researcher, Journal of Curriculum Studies, Teachers College Record, Educational Policy, and Sociology of Education.
 
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