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  • Individual Author: Alexander, Karl (ed.); Morgan, Stephen L. (ed.)
    Reference Type: Journal Article
    Year: 2016

    Table of Contents

    The Coleman Report at Fifty: Its Legacy and Implications for Future Research on Equality of Opportunity

    Karl Alexander and Stephen L. Morgan

    Part I. The Legacy of EEO and Current Patterns of Educational Inequality

    Is It Family or School? Getting the Question Right

    Karl Alexander

    School Segregation and Racial Academic Achievement Gaps

    Sean F. Reardon

    Racial and Ethnic Gaps in Postsecondary Aspirations and Enrollment

    Barbara Schneider and Guan Saw

    Still No Effect of Resources, Even in the New Gilded Age?

    Stephen L. Morgan and Sol Bee Jung

    First- and Second-Order Methodological Developments from the Coleman Report

    Samuel R. Lucas

    Part II. Looking to the Future

    Educational Equality Is a Multifaceted Issue: Why We Must Understand the School's Sociocultural Context for Student Achievement

    Prudence L. Carter

    What If Coleman Had Known About...

    Table of Contents

    The Coleman Report at Fifty: Its Legacy and Implications for Future Research on Equality of Opportunity

    Karl Alexander and Stephen L. Morgan

    Part I. The Legacy of EEO and Current Patterns of Educational Inequality

    Is It Family or School? Getting the Question Right

    Karl Alexander

    School Segregation and Racial Academic Achievement Gaps

    Sean F. Reardon

    Racial and Ethnic Gaps in Postsecondary Aspirations and Enrollment

    Barbara Schneider and Guan Saw

    Still No Effect of Resources, Even in the New Gilded Age?

    Stephen L. Morgan and Sol Bee Jung

    First- and Second-Order Methodological Developments from the Coleman Report

    Samuel R. Lucas

    Part II. Looking to the Future

    Educational Equality Is a Multifaceted Issue: Why We Must Understand the School's Sociocultural Context for Student Achievement

    Prudence L. Carter

    What If Coleman Had Known About Stereotype Threat? How Social-Psychological Theory Can Help Mitigate Educational Inequality

    Geoffrey D. Borman and Jaymes Pyne

    A New Framework for Understanding Parental Involvement: Setting the Stage for Academic Success

    Angel L. Harris and Keith Robinson

    Necessary but Not Sufficient: The Role of Policy for Advancing Programs of School, Family, and Community Partnerships

    Joyce L. Epstein and Steven B. Sheldon

    Accountability, Inequality, and Achievement: The Effects of the No Child Left Behind Act on Multiple Measures of Student Learning

    Jennifer L. Jennings and Douglas Lee Lauen

    Can Technology Help Promote Equality of Educational Opportunities?

    Brian Jacob, Dan Berger, Cassandra Hart, and Susanna Loeb

    Connecting Research and Policy to Reduce Inequality 

    Ruth N. López Turley