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Title Schools for marginalized youth : an international perspective / edited by William T. Pink.

Published New York : Hampton Press, c2012.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  371.82694 SCHO    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 469 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Understanding education, social justice and policy
Understanding education, social justice and policy.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents 1. Reforming schools for marginalized youth: rethinking both theory and practice / William T. Pink -- 2. Negotiating risk and hope: a case study of alternative education for marginalized youth / Kitty te Riele -- 3. Transforming habitus: changing self, changing school / Derek Bland -- 4. Challenges for the next generation in upper secondary school: between literacy, numeracy, and technacy / Karen Borgnakke -- 5. Fellowship and solidarity?: secondary students' responses to strong classification and framing in education / Anneli Schwartz and Elisabet Öhrn -- 6. Factors and conditions that affect the achievement levels of high-attaining black students: a case study of two urban secondary schools in the United Kingdom / Carol Tomlin and Moureen Olusola -- 7. Engaging democratic and educational politics against school closure / Lori Beckett -- 8. Identity work in a London primary school: a head teacher's perspective / Meg Maguire -- 9. Engaging teachers/engaging students: a model for urban school reform / Lori Chajet -- 10. Fortifying the sanctuary: the Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos alternative hight school 10 years later / René Antrop-González -- 11. Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School: struggles and success of a 21st century high school / Kersha Smith and James O'Brien -- 12. "Everybody has an accent here": cultivating small schools that work for immigrant youth in New York City / Valerie A. Futch and Reve Jaffe-Walter -- 13. Going to college: students' perceptions of postsecondary preparation and planning in an urban, nonselective college preparatory charter high school / Raquel L. Farmer-Hinton.
Other author Pink, William T.
Subject Youth with social disabilities -- Education -- Cross-cultural studies.
Children with social disabilities -- Education -- Cross-cultural studies.
Marginality, Social -- Cross-cultural studies.
Education and state -- Social aspects -- Cross-cultural studies.
ISBN 9781612890685 (hbk.)
1612890687 (hbk.)
9781612890692 (pbk.)
1612890695 (pbk.)