Focusing on issues of equity and opportunity in one urban high school, the book reveals how prominent American cultural values--in particular, students', teachers', and administrators' conceptions of educational opportunity--undermined the education that students received.Now, I have to read books, find important events and dates, do an oral history, and write essays. ... As the following remarks suggest a relative to the other Essential School U.S. history class, classes in other Eastown schools, and theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Educational Opportunity in an Urban American High School|
|Author||:||Patrick J. McQuillan|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1998|