Banks, James A.. Ethnicity,
Class, Cognitive, and Motivational Styles: Research and Teaching Implications.
The Journal of Negro Education, Vol. 57, pg
Paul E.. Why Does the
Gap Persist? Educational Leadership, vol
62, pg 8-13.
Technology Narrow the Black-White Achievement Gap? T.H.E. Journal.
July 2005, pg 13-14.
Leo. Still Separate,
Still Unequal: The Continuing Struggle for Racial Justice in American Education.
51, pg. 117-25.
Lenore, et al.. An
Exploratory Examination of Teachers’ Perceptions of
Pupils Race. The Journal of Negro Education, Vol. 50, pg 370-380.
Bureau Releases Data on
Educational Attainment by Race, Ethnicity. Black Issues in High Education, Vol. 21, pg 10.
the achievement gap http://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_3097190
Closing the Achivement Gap. T.H.E. Journal. July 2005, page 11.
Jennifer M, et al. The
Relation of Age, Gender, Ethnicity, and Risk Behaviors to Self-esteem Among
Students in Nonmainstream Schools. Adolescence, vol. 39.
Hala. Effect of
Children’s Ethnicity on Teachers’ Referral and Recommendation Decisions in
Gifted and Talented Programs. Remedial and Special Education, Vol. 26, pg. 25-31.
Disidentifiication, Race and High School Dropouts. The High School Journal, Vol. 85, pg 71-81.
America’s Real Albatross. The American Enterprise. April/May 2003.
J. Bridging the Achievemnt Gap: A Bridge Too Far? Phi Delta Kappan. April 2005, p 590-3.
Teresa L..Brown Plus
50 and Beyond: Anthropology and the Ongoing challenge of the “Great divide.” Anthropolotgy
and Education Quarterly,
vol.35, pg. 3-7.
Activities and Reading Proficiency among Hispanic, Black and White Students.
American Journal of Education, Vol. 95, pg
Equity and School Structure: School Size, Overcrowdning and
Schools-Within-Schools. Teachers College Record, Vol 106, pg. 1989-2014.
Care: A Color(full) Analysis of Care Narratives in the Schooling Experiences of
Puerto Rican Girls. American Educational Research Journal, vol. 42, pg 77-111.
and Unequal http://www.socialistworker.org/20052/561/561_07_Separate.shtml
John. Education and
Ethnicity. Comparative Education Review,
Vol.21, pg 329-34
T. and Waters, Roderick D. The Mathematics Education of African Americans in North Carolina: From The Brown Decision to No
Child Left Behind. The Negro Educational Review, pg 107-26.
Claude M.. The
Black-White Test Score Gap. American Prospect, Nov/Dec 1998, pg. 62-73
Training Teachers to Succeed in a Multiculural Climate. Principal, April 2005, pg 40-44.