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Siegel, Alana; Esqueda, Monica; Berkowitz, Ruth; Sullivan, Katherine; Astor, Ron Avi; Benbenishty, Rami – Education and Urban Society, 2019
While researchers acknowledge the importance of parents feeling welcomed and engaged in their child's school, the school's welcoming practices to engage parents have been rarely explored. Parents' qualitative responses provide insight into what impacts their initial and ongoing experience of being welcomed into their child's new school. In total,…
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Student Diversity, Student Needs, Educational Environment
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Griffen, Jacalyn – Education and Urban Society, 2019
Federal initiatives place school counselors at the forefront of increasing college access for students in underserved communities. Although college enrollment rates have increased, low attainment rates persist in low socioeconomic communities and communities of color. Families in these communities aspire for their children to go to college but…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, High Schools, School Culture, School Counselors
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Crawford, Emily R. – Education and Urban Society, 2018
This case study focuses on a 2008 incident where Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) vans appeared near a K-5 elementary school. It was the first time school personnel experienced the impact of federal immigration agents policing illegality in their school community, and the event set off a chain of decision-making choices as to how…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Law Enforcement, Undocumented Immigrants, Principals
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Bonner, Patricia J.; Warren, Susan R.; Jiang, Ying H. – Education and Urban Society, 2018
This study explored the perceptions of 430 P-12 urban teachers regarding the instruction of diverse students and their own ability to effectively implement culturally responsive teaching (CRT). Employing qualitative methodology, four open-ended sentence stems were used to capture teachers' thoughts, beliefs, and experiences. Results reveal…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Teaching Methods, Teacher Attitudes, Culturally Relevant Education
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Low, Justin A.; Hallett, Ronald E.; Mo, Elaine – Education and Urban Society, 2017
Living doubled-up is a form of homelessness that can go undetected by schools, yet the toll it takes on the lives of students is significant. Accordingly, the purpose of this study was to determine how students who live in doubled-up homeless families differ from low-income students who live in permanent housing with regard to demographics,…
Descriptors: Homeless People, Outcomes of Education, School Districts, Low Income
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Koch, Bevan; Slate, John R.; Moore, George W. – Education and Urban Society, 2016
We compared the performance of Hispanic students from California, Texas, and Arizona on the two Advanced Placement (AP) English exams (i.e., English Language and Composition and English Literature and Composition) using archival data from the College Board from 1997 through 2012. Pearson chi-square tests yielded statistically significant…
Descriptors: Advanced Placement, English Instruction, Language Tests, Writing Tests
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Ellis, Addie Lucille; Geller, Kathy D. – Education and Urban Society, 2016
This narrative study is based on stories told by African American adolescents experiencing homelessness. It offers insights into their lived experiences and describes the challenges faced in negotiating the urban education system. African American youth are disproportionately represented in the adolescent homeless demographic. "Unheard and…
Descriptors: Housing, African American Students, Adolescents, Disproportionate Representation
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Rios-Ellis, Britt; Rascón, Mayra; Galvez, Gino; Inzunza-Franco, Gloria; Bellamy, Laura; Torres, Angel – Education and Urban Society, 2015
Over the last few decades, college admission rates for Latinos have increased. However, the achievement gap between Latino students and other ethnic groups remains wide. Peer mentorship programs have shared in some degree of success in promoting the academic success of diverse and underrepresented student populations. Despite the growing…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Achievement Gap, Hispanic American Students, Peer Teaching
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Battey, Dan; Franke, Megan – Education and Urban Society, 2015
Research commonly finds that urban teachers bring deficit views about students of color with them into classrooms, and professional development efforts focused on this critical problem have been met with limited success. Therefore, scholars have called for work that integrates content and equity as a way to challenge teachers' deficit views at the…
Descriptors: African American Students, Teacher Attitudes, Beliefs, Racial Bias
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Jez, Su Jin; Wassmer, Robert W. – Education and Urban Society, 2015
As schools aim to raise student academic achievement levels and districts wrangle with decreased funding, it is essential to understand the relationship between learning time and academic achievement. Using regression analysis and a data set drawn from California's elementary school sites, we find a statistically significant and positive…
Descriptors: Time Factors (Learning), Academic Achievement, Time on Task, Elementary School Students
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Boone, Jeanmarie Hamilton – Education and Urban Society, 2013
This study examines narratives of English learners who have either dropped out or considered dropping out as a result of their experience in high school. This research seeks to determine at which point students left or considered leaving school, which often goes undetected in traditional quantitative data collection methods. The common themes that…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, At Risk Students, Dropouts, Student Attitudes
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Hallett, Ronald E. – Education and Urban Society, 2012
Homeless youth face many barriers that limit success in the educational process. Subgroups of homeless youth frequently experience the educational process differently depending upon their residential context. Recent years witness the federal government's expanding the definition of homelessness to include youth living doubled-up. This residential…
Descriptors: Homeless People, Disadvantaged Environment, Disadvantaged Youth, Place of Residence
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Martinez-Cosio, Maria – Education and Urban Society, 2010
This article presents an analysis of a Latino parent group and an African American parent group in California who struggled to engage with a contentious urban school reform. Using Bourdieu's cultural capital framework, the study focuses on the institutional responses to parent involvement, and the inequality in access that occurs as capital from…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, School Restructuring, Parent Participation, Parent School Relationship
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Huidor, Ofelia; Cooper, Robert – Education and Urban Society, 2010
This article examines the experiences of 20 students of color who voluntarily attend a racially integrated school. The study draws from the Socio-Cultural dimension of schooling as a framework to understand how the students of color fared on a social, cultural, and environmental level within a predominantly White school. Through a questionnaire,…
Descriptors: Campuses, Voluntary Desegregation, School Desegregation, Educational Opportunities
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Straus, Ryane McAuliffe – Education and Urban Society, 2010
This article proposes a new method for measuring school desegregation in multiracial districts, and uses the new method to measure the desegregation effects of magnet schools in Los Angeles. Rather than measuring desegregation between only two groups at a time, I compute the index of interracial exposure for Blacks, Whites, Latinos, and Asians.…
Descriptors: Desegregation Effects, Magnet Schools, School Desegregation, Student Diversity
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