NCSD member Dennis Parker discussing implicit bias at a forum in Glastonbury, CT (2015).
Fault Lines: America’s Most Segregating School District Borders (EdBuild, August 2016)
An excellent website organized around the April 11, 2015 “Promise of Integrated Schools” conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Worth visiting!
A state-of-the-art research project designed to meet the urgent need for a national, integrated information source that helps us understand:
- Who our children are, by documenting and tracking the rapidly changing demographics of children and families in the U.S.;
- What our children need, by establishing a system for monitoring not only child outcomes, but also key factors (including opportunities, conditions, and resources) that drive child outcomes;
- How to improve opportunities for all children, especially those that may need the most help, by focusing explicitly and rigorously on issues of racial/ethnic and socioeconomic equity in child health and wellbeing.
Related Publication: Nancy McCardle et al, “Segregation and Exposure to High Poverty Schools in Large Metropolitan Areas: 2008-2009″ (DiversityData, 2010)
This resource was created by NCSD Research Advisory Panel member Dolores Acevedo-Garcia and her team.
The NRC examines each state’s level of commitment to equal educational opportunity, regardless of a student’s background, family income, or where she or he attends school. The NRC evaluates all 50 states and the District of Columbia on four separate, but interrelated, funding “fairness indicators” — funding level, distribution, state fiscal effort, and coverage. Reports have been issued in 2014, 2012, and 2010.
This resource was created by the Education Law Center, an NCSD member organization.
A searchable database with approximately 400 entries that concern the effects of school and classroom ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic (SES) composition on specific outcomes. Outcomes include educational achievement (with a special emphasis on mathematics and science outcomes), educational attainment, interracial friendships, intergroup relations, and adult life-course trajectories such as occupational attainment, the intergenerational perpetuation of racial stereotypes and fears, and social cohesion in democratic, ethnically and racially plural societies.
This resource was created by NCSD Research Advisory Panel member Roslyn Mickelson.
This site offers educational resources and information on prejudice, discrimination, multiculturalism, and diversity. It aims to reduce the level of intolerance and bias in contemporary society.
POWERPOINTS AND FACT SHEETS
- Jennifer Jellison Holme and Amy Stuart Wells, “School Choice Beyond District Borders”
- Gina Chirichigno, “Student Assignment After Seattle & Louisville” (from the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute’s March 2010 “Golden Opportunity Summit” on student assignment in the Boston public schools)
- Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles at UCLA, School Integration Fact Sheets includes fact sheets on magnet schools, school redistricting, school transportation, charter schools, and the extent of school segregation in the U.S.
- Roslyn Mickelson, Presentations Re: The Benefits of School Integration
- Social Science and Educational Diversity: A 21st Century Perspective
- Does Classroom Composition Matter? Tracking and Within School Diversity
- Putting Diversity Research to Work by Overcoming Practical and Political Challenges
- Presentation to the North Carolina NAACP 2007 Winter Training (with illustrations from North Carolina districts)
REPORTS AND MANUALS
- Halley Potter, Do Private School Vouchers Pose a Threat to Integration? (Century Foundation, March 2017)
- Advancing Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education (U.S. Department of Education, Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development, November 2016)
Segregation at an Early Age by Erica Frankenberg (Center for Education and Civil Rights, October 2016)
Research-Based Options for Education Policymaking – 2016 Collection. This collection of briefs from the National Education Policy Center examines important policy issues (including the impacts of school choice and housing policy on school segregation), and identifies policies with a strong research base that can be used to combat identified problems.
- Report from the Civil Rights Project on increasing segregation in our nation’s schools: “E Pluribus… Separation: Deepening Double Segregation for More Students” (September 2012)
- Richard Kahlenberg, “Turnaround Schools that Work: Moving Beyond Separate But Equal” (The Century Foundation, 2009)
- National Academy of Education, “Race Conscious Policies for Assigning Students to Schools: Social Science Research and the Supreme Court Cases” (2007)
- Erica Frankenberg & Genevieve Siegel-Hawley, The Forgotten Choice? Rethinking Magnet Schools in a Changing Landscape (UCLA Civil Rights Project, 2008)