Examining the legacy of Brown - The impact on special education and teacher practice
Abbreviated Journal Title
Remedial Spec. Educ.
SCHOOL-DESEGREGATION; MINORITY-STUDENTS; OVERREPRESENTATION; VARIABLES; CHILDREN; Education, Special
The Brown v. Board of Education (1954) case has left a lasting impact on the way children are educated in this country. Much has been written about the legacy of Brown as it relates to current desegregation practices, academic achievement for students of color, and school reform. This paper will examine the implications of the Brown decision on reform efforts in special education, as well as address the need for greater emphasis on teaching that reflects an understanding of the intersection of race, culture, and class.
Remedial and Special Education
"Examining the legacy of Brown - The impact on special education and teacher practice" (2005). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 5657.