Why are so many minority students in special education? : understanding race and disability in schools
Harry, Beth, author.
Why are so many minority students in special education? : understanding race and disability in schools / Beth Harry, Janette Klingner ; forewords by Lisa D. Delpit and Alfredo J. Artiles.
New York, NY : Teachers College Press, 
xvii, 236 pages ; 23 cm
- Other contributors
Klingner, Janette K., author.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Overview: Ethnic disproportionality in special education
- School structure: institutional bias and individual agency
- Cultural consonance, dissonance, and the nuances of racism
- In the classroom: opportunity to learn
- The construction of family identity: stereotypes and cultural capital
- At the conference table: the discourse of identity construction
- Bilingual issues and the referral process
- Constructing intellectual disability: cracks and redundancies
- Constructing learning disabilities: redundancies and discrepancies
- Constructing emotional/behavior disorders: from troubling to troubled behavior
- Into special education: exile or solution?
- Epilogue. Research methods: Who are we and how did we do this research?
- Subject headings
Special education--United States--Evaluation.
Children with disabilities--Education--United States--Evaluation.
Discrimination in education--United States.
Educational equalization--United States.
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- Call Number
- LC3981 .H36 2014
- Checked out Due: 12-03-2020