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Segregation or "Thinking Black"?: Community Activism and the Development Of Black-Focused Schools in Toronto and London, 1968–2008


by Lauri Johnson - 2013


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 11, 2013, p. 1-25
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17206, Date Accessed: 9/28/2020 10:40:31 PM
 
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  • Lauri Johnson
    Boston College
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    LAURI JOHNSON is an Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of Educational Leadership at Boston College. She researches culturally responsive leadership practices and preparation in national and international contexts; historical and contemporary studies of community activism in urban school reform; and successful school leadership in high poverty schools. Her writings have appeared in the Journal of Teacher Education, Journal of School Leadership, Leadership and Policy in Schools, Journal of Educational Administration, International Studies in Educational Administration, Theory and Research in Social Education, Journal of African American History, Race, Ethnicity, and Education, Urban Education, and in three books: Dealing With Diversity Through Multicultural Fiction: Library-Classroom Partnerships (Johnson & Smith, ALA, 1993), Urban Education With an Attitude (Johnson, Finn, & Lewis, SUNY Press, 2005), and Multicultural Policies in Canada and the United States (Joshee & Johnson, UBC Press, 2007) which won the 2008 AESA Critics’ Choice Award.
 
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