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Poverty and Schooling
A Special Issue of Educational Studies




ISBN 9780805896985
Published October 1, 2001 by Routledge
144 Pages

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First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Volume 32, Number 3, 2001
Contents:
INTRODUCTION: S. Books, V. Polakow, Poverty and Schooling. ARTICLES: K. Burch, A Tale of Two Citizens: Asking the Rodriquez Question in the 21st Century. M. Haberman, The Creation of an Urban Normal School: What Constitutes Quality in Alternative Certification? N.K. Mutua, Policied Identities: Children With Disabilities. L.R. Bloom, "I'm Poor, I'm Single, I'm a Mom, and I Deserve Respect":Advocating in Schools as/With Mothers in Poverty. J.H. Romeo, Educating Students About Poverty and Health Needs. B. Duffield, Policies and Practices. BOOK REVIEWS: S. Polakow-Suransky, Teacher With a Heart: Reflections on Leonard Covello and Community, by Vito Perrone. D.E. Purpel, Upon Whom We Depend: The American Poverty System,, by J. Gordon Chamberlin. L. Weiner, Workers in a Lean World: Unions in the International Economy, by Kim Moody. S.W. Tutwiler, Ordinary Resurrections: Children in the Years of Hope, by Jonathan Kozol. P. Burdell, B.B. Swadener, On the Outside Looking in: A Year in an Inner-City High School, by Cristina Rathbone. E. Turner, A.C. Barton, Renewing Hope Within Neighborhoods of Despair: The Community-Based Development Model, by Herbert J. Rubin. C. Lashley, Left Back: A Century of Failed School Reform, by Diane Ravitch. E.F. Provenzo, Jr., Time Exposure.

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