Encyclopedia Of Diversity In Education, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1452218536
  • ISBN-13: 9781452218533
  • DDC: 370.117
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 2584 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released August 2012
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With 695 signed entries with cross-references and recommended readings, this encyclopedia presents research and statistics, case studies and best practices, policies and programs at pre- and post-secondary levels, mainly in the United States but also in nations around the world, all intricately connected.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
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.
6: Acculturation.
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.
22: Afrocentricity.
23: Agency and Empowerment.
24: Aggression.
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.
73: Bilingualism.
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.
169: Cyberbullying.
170: Cyprus, Intercultural Education in.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
List of Entries.
1: Deafness and Hearing Loss.
2: December Dilemma.
3: Deculturalization.
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.
34: Dropout.
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.
76: Ethnomathematics.
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).
123: Guyland.
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.
140: Homophobia.
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.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright 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.
46: Mainstreaming.
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.
70: Migration.
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.
89: Multiliteracies.
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.
124: Postmodernism.
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.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright 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.