Spatial Categories of Analysis and Educational
Spatial Categories of Analysis and Educational
 
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Spatial Categories of Analysis and Educational Inequality in the Postwar Era

Researchers Look at Boundaries and How Geographic Division Affects Equity

What have the labels “urban” and “suburban” meant for schools, historically? Which geographic dividing lines matter in terms of equalizing educational opportunity and contributing to conditions of inequality?

Division F - History and Historiography

Schedule Information:
Scheduled Time: Sunday, April 15, 2:15p.m.–3:45 p.m.  
Building/Room: Vancouver Convention Centre, Third Level - West Room 305

Session Participants:
Session Organizer: John L. Rury (The University of Kansas) jrury@ku.edu
Schools for the Suburbs: Defining Spaces for Education in a Metropolitan District

Ansley T. Erickson (Teachers College, Columbia University - erickson@tc.columbia.edu)
No Choice but Choice: Eliminating School District Boundaries in the Desegregation Era

Hilary Moss (Amherst College - hmoss@amherst.edu), Rachel optional Stern (Amherst College - rachelstern12@gmail.com)

Education and the Changing Geo-Spatial Organization of Inequality: Secondary Attainment in the United States, 1940-1980

John L. Rury (The University of Kansas - jrury@ku.edu), Argun Saatcioglu (The University of Kansas - argun@ku.edu)
Chair: Harvey A. Kantor (University of Utah) kantor@ed.utah.edu
 
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