Half Title Page.
List of Entries.
About the Editor.
1: A World of Difference® Institute.
2: Abington School District v. Schempp (1963).
3: Academic English.
4: Academic Standards.
5: Accommodation, Reasonable.
7: Achievement Gap.
8: Achievement Gap and Tracking, International Evidence.
9: Achievement Tests.
10: Activity Theory, Teacher Education, and Diversity.
11: Administrator/Staff Training and Supervision for Schools with Diverse Student Populations.
12: Advanced Placement Tests.
13: Affirmative Action.
14: African American Families and Education.
15: African American Males, Education of.
16: African American Vernacular English (Ebonics).
17: African Americans, Education of.
18: African Americans, Education of New Immigrant Groups.
19: African Americans and Gender.
20: African Caribbean Students, Achievement in U.K. Schools.
21: African-Centered Education.
23: Agency and Empowerment.
25: Aging, Social and Cultural Perspectives.
26: Agricultural Education, Diversity in.
27: Albania, Diversity, Education, and Democratization in.
28: Alternative Admissions Practices.
29: Alternative Assessments.
30: Alternative Pathways into Teaching.
31: Amerasian Homecoming Act of 1988.
32: Amerasian Identity.
33: American Indian Identity and Education.
34: American Indians, Education of.
35: Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
36: Anti-Oppressive Education.
37: Antiracist and Multicultural Education.
38: Antiracist Teaching.
39: Antiracist Training for Educators.
40: Anti-Semitism in Schools and Society.
41: Appalachian Education.
42: Aptitude Tests.
43: Arts in Education, Impact and Inequalities.
44: Asia, Colonialism and Education in.
45: Asian American Native American Pacific Islander–Serving Institutions (AANAPISI).
46: Asian American Pedagogy.
47: Asian American Studies.
48: Asian American Youth in Poverty.
49: Asian Americans, Diversity Among.
50: Asian Americans, Education of.
51: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Higher Education.
52: Asian Indigenization of Knowledge.
53: Assessment in Special and Inclusive Education.
54: Assimilation, Cultural and Structural.
55: Assimilation, Segmented.
56: Assimilation and Education in England.
57: Assistive Technology in Special Education.
58: Association for the Study of African American Life and History.
59: Athletics, Sports, Physical Education, and Gender Equity.
60: Athletics and Diversity.
61: At-Risk Students.
62: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
63: Attitudes of Preschool Choldren, Implicit Measures of.
64: Australia, Multicultural Education In.
65: Barrio Youth.
66: Basic Skills Testing.
67: Bias, Testing, and Assessment.
68: Bilingual Charter Schools.
69: Bilingual Education.
70: Bilingual Education in China.
71: Bilingual Education Policy in the United States.
72: Bilingual Schools in Israel.
74: Black Colleges, Founding of.
75: Black Schools in the Segregated South.
76: Black Studies.
77: Black Women’s Studies.
78: Boarding Schools for Ethnic Minorities in Laos.
79: Brazil, Indigenous Education in.
80: Brazil, Racial Diversity and Education in.
81: Bridging Cultures, Teacher Training Project.
82: Brown v. Board of Education (1954).
83: Business, Diversity, and Education.
84: Cambodian Americans, Education of.
85: Campbell’s Law.
86: Campus Blakanization and Segregation.
87: Canada, Citizenship Education and Multiculturalism.
88: Canada, Multicultural Education in.
89: Caring in Education.
90: Catholic Schools, Diversity and Equity in.
91: Center for Applied Linguistics.
92: Center for Multicultural Education.
93: Charter Schools and Minority Achievement.
94: Child Labor and Education.
95: Children with Disabilities, Families, and Public Institutions.
96: Children with Special Needs in the Middle East.
97: Children’s Literature, Diversity, and Education.
98: China, Educational Equality for Ethnic Women.
99: China, Ethnic Autonomous Regions.
100: China, Minority Languages.
101: China, Multicultural Education in.
102: Chinese Parachute Kids.
103: Citizenship Education and Diversity.
104: Citizenship Education and Global Migration.
105: Citizenship Education and Laïcité in France.
106: Citizenship Education in Asia.
107: Citizenship Education in Europe.
108: Civic Engagement and Diversity.
109: Civic Engagement and Youth, Research on.
110: Civic Engagement in the Community.
111: Civil Rights Act of 164.
112: Classroom Assessment and Diversity.
113: Classroom Pedagogy and Diversity in Higher Education.
114: Coed Higher Education.
115: Coleman Report.
116: College Choice.
117: Colonial Education Systems, Influence on Middle Eastern Educational Development.
118: Color-Blind Perspective.
119: Color-Blind Perspective, Research Findings.
120: Comer School Development Program.
121: Common Schools Movement.
122: Community Colleges, Diversity Issues.
123: Community in the Classroom.
124: Community–School Partnerships.
125: Comparative Multicultural Education.
126: Compensatory Education.
127: Complex Instruction.
128: Confucian Societies, Education in.
129: Confucianism and Higher Education.
130: Contact Theory.
131: Contact Varieties of Language: Spanglish, Chinglish, Finglish.
132: Cooperative Learning.
133: Counseling Children and Adolescents From Diverse Groups.
134: Courageous Conversations About Race.
135: Criminal Justice System, Schools in the.
136: Critical Literacy.
137: Critical Moments Project in Higher Education.
138: Critical Pedagogy.
139: Critical Race Theory, Teacher Education, and Diversity.
140: Critical Race Theory and Education.
141: Cross-Cultural Competence in Education.
142: Cultural Capital.
143: Cultural Competence.
144: Cultural Competence and Youth Literature.
145: Cultural Conciousness.
146: Cultural Content.
147: Cultural Contextuality.
148: Cultural Discontinuities and Education.
149: Cultural Ecology Explanation of School Failure.
150: Cultural Gifts Movement.
151: Cultural Hybridity.
152: Cultural Identity, Stages of.
153: Cultural Modeling.
154: Cultural Reproduction.
155: Culturally Anchored Liberal Education.
156: Culturally Responsive Assessment.
157: Culturally Responsive Counseling, Hong Kong.
158: Culturally Responsive Leadership.
159: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy.
160: Culturally Responsive Teaching and Special Education.
161: Culture, Diversity, and Education.
162: Culture and Learning in Asian Societies.
163: Culture and Literacy.
164: Culture of Poverty.
165: Cultures in Transition.
166: Curriculum and Diversity, K–12.
167: Curriculum Transformation, Higher Education.
168: Curriculum Transformation, K–12.
170: Cyprus, Intercultural Education in.
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List of Entries.
1: Deafness and Hearing Loss.
2: December Dilemma.
4: Deficit Thinking Paradigm.
5: Democracy, Diversity, and Schooling.
6: Democratic Theory and Education.
7: Demographic Divide in Asian Nations.
8: Demographic Divide in U.S. Schools.
9: Demographics in the United States, Trends and Developments.
10: Demography, Family.
11: Developmental Education: Overview and Concepts.
12: Developmental Education and Ethnic Minorities.
13: Digital Divide, Digital Learning, and Equal Access.
14: Disabilities, Physical and Health-Related.
15: Disabilities, Severe and Multiple.
16: Disability Policy.
17: Disability Studies.
18: Distance Education and Diversity.
19: Diversifying the Teacher Workforce.
20: Diversity: Concepts and Terminology.
21: Diversity, Exceptionality, and Knowledge Construction.
22: Diversity and Student Perceptions of Famous Americans.
23: Diversity and Teacher Education Policy.
24: Diversity as a Class and Caste Issue.
25: Diversity Course Requirements in Colleges and Universities.
26: Diversity in Curricula in the Middle East.
27: Diversity in Medical Schools.
28: Diversity of Language Skills Among Children From Language-Minority Homes.
29: Diversity Training for Faculty, Staff, and Administrators.
30: Diversity-Responsive Schools.
31: Divorce, Effects on Children.
32: Doctoral Training Programs, Racial/Ethnic Diversity In.
33: Dream Act.
35: Dysconscious Racism and Teacher Education.
36: Early Childhood Education, Teacher Preparation for Diversity In.
37: Early Childhood Education and Gender.
38: Early Childhood Multicultural Education.
39: Eating Disorders and Body Image.
40: Education and family Diversity.
41: Education and Transgender Diversity in Asia.
42: Educational Benefits of Diversity.
43: Educational Diversity in Inner Asia.
44: Educational Leadership and Gender.
45: Educational Reform in the Middle East.
46: Educational Stratification.
47: E-Inclusion and the Digital Divide.
48: E-Learning and Underserved Students.
49: Elementary Education, Teacher Preparation for Diversity in.
50: Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities.
51: Empowerment and Education.
52: Empowerment Zones and Student Achievement.
53: Engel v. Vitale (1962).
54: English as a Second Language, Domestic and International Issues.
55: English Language Learners.
56: English Language Learners, Accommodations for in Testing.
57: English Language Learners, Redesignated.
58: English Language Learners, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
59: English Language Speakers, Fluent and Limited.
60: English Language Variations, Teaching About.
61: Environmental Education.
62: Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974.
63: Equity, Educational.
64: Equity in Assessment.
65: Equity Scorecard for Higher Education.
66: Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Education, Historical Perspectives.
67: Ethnic and Racial Identity, Educational Implications.
68: Ethnic and Racial Identity Development.
69: Ethnic Diversity in Teacher Education.
70: Ethnic Stratification and Diversity.
71: Ethnic Student Organizations.
72: Ethnic Studies, Integration into K–12 Curriculum.
73: Ethnic Studies, Research on.
74: Ethnic System of Supplementary Education.
75: Ethnocentrism in Education.
77: Eurocentrism in the United States.
78: Everson v. Board of Education (1947).
79: Facing History and Ourselves.
80: Faculty Diversity in Colleges and Universities.
81: Fag Discourse.
82: Families and Schools.
83: Families of Children with Disabilities.
84: Family, The.
85: Family Diversity.
86: Family Diversity and School—Family Relationships.
87: Family Structure and Academic Achievement.
88: Fathers, Role in Families and Education.
89: Feminist Movement.
90: Feminization of Teaching.
91: Filipino Americans and Cultural Maintenance.
92: Financial Aid and Access to Higher Education.
93: First–Generation College Students.
94: First-Language and Second-Language Learning.
95: Flexible Citizenship.
96: Flynn Effect.
97: Foster and Adoptive Families.
98: Fraternities, Sororities, and Diversity.
99: Free Appropriate Public Education.
100: Free Speech and Diversity.
101: Freedom of Speech, Fundamentalist Schools And.
102: Funds of Knowledge.
103: Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN).
104: Gender and Civic Education.
105: Gender and Learning.
106: Gender and Teacher–Student Interaction.
107: Gender Bias and Curriculum.
108: Gender Equity and Diverse Populations.
109: Gender Equity and Mathematics Education.
110: Gender Issues in Higher Education.
111: Gender Similarities Hypothesis.
112: Generation 1.5, Educational Experiences of.
113: Germany, Multicultural Education in.
114: Ghana, Diversity and Education in.
115: Gi Bills.
116: Gifted and Talented Students.
117: Gifted Education in Asia.
118: Gifted Students and Gender.
119: Globalization, Diversity, and Education.
120: Globalization and International Education.
121: Greece, Multicultural Education in.
122: Grutter v. Bollinger (2003).
124: Hate Crimes, Religion and.
125: Hate Crimes After September 11, 2001.
126: Hawaii, Asian American Hierarchy in.
127: Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier (1988).
128: Head Start.
129: Heritage Language Learners.
130: Higher Education, Access to.
131: High-Stakes Testing.
132: Hip Hop and Education.
133: Hispanic-Serving Institutions.
134: Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
135: Hmong Americans, Education of.
136: Holidays, School.
137: Homeless Students.
138: Homeschooling and Diversity.
139: Homework in Diverse Families.
141: Hong Kong, Education and National Identity.
142: Hong Kong, Education of Ethnic Minorities in.
143: Hong Kong, Education of South Asians in.
144: Hong Kong and the United States, Diversity and Education in.
145: Hong Kong Chinese Students Studying in the United States.
146: “Honorary White”.
147: Houses of Worship, Terminology for.
148: Human Rights and Education.
149: Identity, School Textbooks, and Rebuilding Memory.
150: Identity Theory, Teacher Education, and Diversity.
151: Identity-Safe School Environments, Creating.
152: Immigrant Children, Education of.
153: Immigrant Populations, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
154: Immigration and Citizenship Education.
155: Immigration and Education.
156: Immigration to European Nations.
157: Immigration to the United States.
158: Inclusion and Inclusive Practices in Special Education.
159: Inclusive Education.
160: Inclusive Education, International Perspectives.
161: Inclusive Higher Education for Sexual and Gender Minorities.
162: India, Multicultural Education in.
163: Indigenous Knowledge and Science Education.
164: Indigenous Knowledge and Skills.
165: Indigenous Language Revitalization.
166: Indigenous Populations, Education of.
167: Indigenous Populations, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
168: Individualized Education Program (IEP).
169: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
170: Inequality of Educational Opportunity, Persistence of.
171: Informal Learning.
172: Intellectual Disability and Mental Retardation.
173: Intelligence Testing.
174: Intercultural Communication.
175: Intercultural Education.
176: Intercultural Education and Intercultural Learning in Europe.
177: Intercultural Higher Education Campus, Creating The.
178: Intercultural Teacher Training in Europe.
179: Intergenerational Transmission of Wealth.
180: Intergroup Contact and Social Justice.
181: Intergroup Dialogue.
182: International Association for Intercultural Education.
183: International Gender Equity Education.
184: International Migration to the United States.
185: International Schools and Cultural Diversity.
186: International Students in Colleges and Universities.
187: Internationalization of Teacher Education.
188: Interracial Friendship, Dating, and Marriage.
189: Intersectionality of Race, Class, Gender, and Ethnicity.
190: Intragroup Diversity.
191: Iran, Minority Education In.
192: Islam in Asian Education.
193: Islamophobia and Anti-Semitism in Europe, Educational Responses To.
194: Islamophobia In U.S. Society and Schools, Recognizing and Countering.
Half Title Page.
List of Entries.
1: Japan, Multicultural Education In.
2: Jencks Report.
3: Jewish Education in the United States.
4: K–16 Educational Pipeline.
5: Kenya, Education and Diversity in.
6: Knowledge, Types of.
7: Korea, Multicultural Education in.
8: Language, Speech, and Communication Disorders.
9: Language and Content Instruction (English Immersion, SIOP, SDAIE).
10: Language and Education in Asia.
11: Language and Identity.
12: Language Assessment.
13: Language Policies and Bilingual Schooling in Europe.
14: Language Proficiency.
15: Language Socialization.
16: Latin American Families in the United States.
17: Latino Identity, Philosophy of.
18: Latinos, Education of.
19: Latinos, Gender, and Education.
20: Lau v. Nichols (1974).
21: Learners With Special Needs, Teaching Strategies for.
22: Learning, Schooling, Culture, and Identity.
23: Learning Disabilities, Social Categories, and Educational Practices.
24: Learning Disability.
25: Learning Science in Informal Environments.
26: Learning Styles.
27: Least Restrictive Environment (LRE).
28: Lebanon, Diversity and Education In.
29: Lemon v. Kurtzman (1971).
30: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Identity: Overview and Concepts.
31: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Higher Education.
32: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in K–12 Education.
33: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Students: Conceptual Approaches in Research Literature.
34: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Students: Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
35: Life-Long, Life-Wide, and Life-Deep Learning.
36: Linguistic Diversity in European Schools.
37: Linguistic Hybridity.
38: Linguistically Responsive Teacher Education.
39: Literacy, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
40: Literacy Education and Diversity.
41: Literacy Practices in Minority Families and Communities.
42: Living Learning Communities.
43: Low-Income Students, Education of.
44: Low-Income Youth, Access to Education.
45: Magnet Schools and Resegregation.
47: Malaysia, Bilingual Education in.
48: Malaysia, Diversity and Higher Learning in.
49: MāOri, Education of.
50: Marginality in Education.
51: Math Anxiety and Gender.
52: Mathematics, Collaborative Learning In.
53: Mathematics, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
54: Mathematics Education and Diversity.
55: Math–Gender Stereotypes in Elementary School Children.
56: McKinney Act of 1987.
57: Media, Curriculum, and Teaching.
58: Mentoring, Teacher Preparation Pedagogy.
59: Merit-Based and Need-Based College Admissions.
60: Mexican American Studies/Chicana/o Studies.
61: Mexican Americans, Education of.
62: Mexico, Intercultural Universities in.
63: Mexico, Multicultural Education in.
64: Microaggressions, Racial.
65: Micronesians in the United States.
66: Middle East, Education of Working Children in.
67: Middle East, Population Pressure on Education in.
68: Middle East, Private Operation of Public Schools in.
69: Middle Eastern Americans, Education of.
71: Milliken v. Bradley I and II (1974, 1977).
72: Minority Group.
73: Minority Languages and Protection of National Minorities in Europe.
74: Minority Schooling in Europe.
75: Model Minorities and the Model Minority Myth.
76: Multicultural Citizenship.
77: Multicultural Citizenship and Intercultural Education.
78: Multicultural Counseling.
79: Multicultural Education, Approaches to Curriculum Reform.
80: Multicultural Education, Definitions and Curriculum Standards.
81: Multicultural Education, Dimensions of.
82: Multicultural Education, Purposes and Goals.
83: Multicultural Education Polices and Institutionalization Across Nations.
84: Multicultural Education Series.
85: Multicultural Special Education.
86: Multicultural Teacher Education.
87: Multiculturalism and Sociocultural Identity.
88: Multiethnic Schools, Creating Effective.
90: Multiple Intelligences.
91: Multiracial and Multiethnic Identities.
92: Multiracial Student Issues in Colleges and Universities.
93: Multiracial Students in K-12 Schools.
94: Music Education and Diversity.
95: National Association for Multicultural Education.
96: National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education (NCWGE).
97: Native American Studies.
98: Nativism in the United States.
99: New Immigrants, Diversity of.
100: New Literacies and Learners from Diverse Communities.
101: New-England Primer, The.
102: No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
103: Nomadic Populations in the Middle East, Curriculum for.
104: Objectivity and Diversity.
105: Online Assessment and Diverse Learners.
106: Opportunity-to-Learn Standards.
107: Organizational Context for Promoting Diversity in Higher Education.
108: Out-of-School Learning and Family Involvement.
109: Pacific Islander Americans, Education of.
110: Parental Human Capital and Education.
111: Parenting Young Children.
112: Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1 (2007).
113: Parent–Teacher Communication.
114: Patriotism, Diversity, and Education.
115: People of Color.
116: Philippines, Education of Ethnic Minorities in.
117: Pilipino Cultural Nights.
118: Plessy v. Ferguson (1896).
119: Pluralism Project, The.
120: Plyler v. Doe (1982).
121: Popular Culture and Curriculum.
122: Positionality and Knowledge Construction.
123: Positioning, Situated Learning, and Identity Formation.
125: Poverty, Families, and Schools.
126: Pregnancy Discrimination.
127: Prejudice and Discrimination.
128: Prejudice Reduction.
129: Preservice and Inservice Diversity Courses.
130: Private Religious Schools (Non-Muslim) in the Middle East.
131: Private Schools and Equal Educational Opportunity, United States and South Africa.
132: Privatization and Minority Student Achievement.
133: Privatization of Education in the Middle East.
134: Professional Development for Cultural Competence.
135: Proprietary Colleges and Diversity.
136: Puerto Rican Americans, Education Of.
137: Puerto Rican Studies.
138: Queer Studies.
139: Race, Ability, and Language, Intersections Of.
140: Race, Gender, and Skin Tone.
141: Race and Education.
142: Race and Human Genome Variation.
143: Race-Conscious Admissions, Referenda to Ban.
144: Racial/Ethnic Disproportionality in Special Education.
145: Racialization, Process of.
146: Raising Children in a Diverse Society.
147: Reach Center.
148: Reconciliation, Politics of, and Excluded Groups.
149: Refugees, Children of.
150: Refugees, Education of in the Middle East.
151: Religion, Culture, and Education in the United States.
152: Religion, Curriculum Issues.
153: Religion, The Courts, and Public Schools.
154: Religion and Sexuality, Intersections of.
155: Religion and Teaching in the College Classroom.
156: Religion in Public School Curricula in the Middle East.
157: Religious Holidays in U.S. Schools.
158: Religious Instruction, Religious Symbols, and Prayer in Public Schools in Europe.
159: Religious Minorities and Religious Schools in Europe.
160: Religious Orientation and Diversity.
161: Religious Pluralism.
162: Research on Diversity and Teacher Education.
163: Resilience and Efficacy in Urban Schools.
164: Resiliency, Identity, and Competence.
165: Resistance Theory.
166: Response to Intervention/Response to Instruction (RTI).
167: Retention and Diversity in Higher Education.
168: Roma in Europe, Education of.
169: Rural Schools, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
170: Russia, Education of Ethnic Groups.
171: Russia, Multicultural Education in.
Half Title Page.
List of Entries.
1: San Antonio in Dependent School District v. Rodriguez(1973).
2: School Discipline, Race, and Ethnicity.
3: School Leadership for Diversity.
4: School Reform and Use of English in Latin America: Mexico, Costa Rica, and Peru.
5: School-to-Prison Pipeline.
6: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and Diversity.
7: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Majors and Women.
8: Science and Technology, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
9: Science Education and Diversity.
10: Second Language Acquisition.
11: Second Language Learning.
12: Second Language Speakers (L2 Users) in the United States.
13: Second-Generation Identities.
14: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
15: SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) Project on Inclusive Curriculum.
16: Segregation, Desegregation, and Resegregation.
17: Separation of Church and State.
18: Service Learning, Diversity, and Teacher Education.
19: Sex and Gender Differences.
20: Sex Role Stereotypes and Gender Differences.
21: Sexual Harassment.
22: Sherbert v. Verner (1963).
23: Singapore, Education and Ethic Diversity in.
24: Single-Sex Colleges.
25: Social Capital.
26: Social Class and Education.
27: Social Class and Gender.
28: Social Class Privilege and Education.
29: Social Construction of Gender.
30: Social Context.
31: Social Hierarchy.
32: Social Justice and Education in Europe.
33: Social Justice and Power, Teaching About.
34: Social Justice Teacher Education.
35: Social Protest and Education.
36: Social Reconstruction and Education.
37: Social Reproduction.
38: Social Studies Education and Diversity.
39: Socialization and Education.
40: Socioeconomic Integration and Segregation.
41: South Africa, Higher Education and Diversity in.
42: South Africa, Multicultural Education in.
43: South Asian Americans.
44: South Asian Muslim Youth in the United States.
45: South Asian Women and Girls, Education of.
46: Special Education.
47: Special Education, Teacher Education, and Diversity.
48: Special Education and Gender.
49: Special Education and Inclusive Education in Europe.
50: Special Education and Students of Color.
51: Special Education in Europe, Overrepresentation of Minority Students.
52: Standardized Testing and Standards.
53: Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing.
54: Stepfamilies, Effects on the Education of Children.
55: Stereotype Threat.
56: Student Activism.
57: Student Diversity: Clarifying Meanings.
58: Students with Disabilities, Accommodations for in Testing.
59: Students with Disabilities, Testing of.
60: Students with Special Needs, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
61: Subtractive Schooling.
62: Suburban Schooling.
63: Success for All.
64: Sweden, Multicultural Education in.
65: Talent Development Model of Schooling.
66: Teacher Educator Preparation for Diversity.
67: Teacher Expectations.
68: Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
69: Teacher Preparation for Diversity, History and Social Studies.
70: Teacher Preparation Pedagogy, Child Study Approach.
71: Teacher Preparation Pedagogy, Community-Based.
72: Teacher Preparation Pedagogy, Critical Reflection and.
73: Teacher Preparation Pedagogy, Practitioner Research.
74: Teaching, Learning, and Schooling in Social Contexts.
75: Test Scores, Validity and Validation of.
76: Testing, Historical Development of.
77: Testing, Judicial Decisions on.
78: Testing, State Versus National.
79: Tests, Translation of.
80: Third Space and Sociocritical Literacy.
81: Tibetan Diaspora, Education in.
82: Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District (1969).
83: Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.
84: Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.
85: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
86: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
87: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
88: Tracking in U.S. Schools.
89: Transition From Adolescence to Adulthood, Disability and.
90: Trinidad and Tobago, Diversity and Education in.
91: Tuition Tax Credits and Equity.
92: Turkey, Kurdish Education in.
93: Two-Way Immersion Education.
94: Undergraduate Readiness for Diversity.
95: Undocumented Immigrants, Children of.
96: Undocumented Students.
97: Undocumented Students in Higher Education.
98: United Kingdom, Multicultural Education in.
99: United Kingdom, Race and Education in.
100: United States, Education of Immigrants in.
101: United States, Intercultural/Intergroup Education in.
102: United States, Islamic Schools in.
103: United States, Multicultural Education in.
104: United States v. Virginia (1996).
105: Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
106: Urban Schools, Effective Practices in.
107: Urban schools, essential supports for reform.
108: Urban Schools, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
109: Urban Underclass.
110: Vietnam, Ethnic Education in.
111: Vietnamese American Youth.
112: Visual Impairments.
113: Voice and Visibility.
114: Vouchers and Equal Opportunity.
115: West Indies, Gender and Academic Achievement in.
116: White Teachers, Teacher Preparation for Diversity.
117: White Teachers in Multicultural Education.
118: Women’s Studies.
119: World’s Parliament of Religions, 1893.
120: Xenophobia and Antidiscrimination in Europe.
121: Young Men of Color, Educational Experiences of.
122: Youth Participatory Action Research.
Diversity in the United States and Other Nations.