Urban Education Reform and Minority Political Empowerment
Stefanie Chambers analyzes school politics in Chicago and the impact that two very different school reforms have had on those served by the school system: Chicago’s minority student body and the community at large. Her findings are significant in terms of the future of minority inclusion in educational policy making, especially as other big cities wish to replicate Chicago-style school reform.
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