Communally-Bonded Schools and the New Localism: Implications for African American Schooling and a Democratic Future
by Jerome E. Morris - 2009
Given the persistent racial and social class patterns in many urban areas—and the increasing economic and racial diversity in suburban communities—this chapter situates the framework of communally-bonded schools within the recent discourse of the new localism in education in the United States.
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