Critical Race Theory in Education: All God's Children Got a Song by Adrienne D. DixsonCritical Race Theory in Education: All God's Children Got a Song by Adrienne D. Dixson

Critical Race Theory in Education: All God's Children Got a Song

EditorAdrienne D. Dixson, Celia K. Rousseau Anderson, Jamel K. Donnor

Paperback | July 24, 2006

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Although Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been used to analyze difficult issues of race and racism in education for over ten years, the function of CRT in educational research is still not entirely clear. By bringing together the voices of various CRT scholars and education experts, this volume presents a comprehensive chorus of answers to the question of how and why CRT should be applied to educational scholarship. The collected chapters address CRT¿s foundations in legal theory, current applications of CRT, and possible new directions for CRT in education. Appropriate for both students curious about CRT and established CRT scholars,Critical Race Theory in Educationis a valuable guide to how CRT can help us better understand and seek solutions to educational inequity.

Adrienne D. Dixsonis Assistant Professor of Middle Childhood and Urban Education at Ohio State University.Celie K. Rousseauis Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Memphis.
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Title:Critical Race Theory in Education: All God's Children Got a SongFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8.9 × 6 × 0.9 inPublished:July 24, 2006Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Foreword: The Evolving Role of Critical Race Theory in Educational ScholarshipGloria Ladson-Billings Introduction: All God's Children Got a Song Section I: Critical Race Theory and Education in Context 1. Toward a Critical Race Theory of EducationGloria Ladson-Billings and William F. Tate, IV 2. And We Are Still Not Saved: Critical Race Theory in Education Ten Years LaterAdrienne Dixson and Celia Rousseau Section II: Critical Race Theory Constructs 3. The First Day of School: A CRT StoryCelia Rousseau and Adrienne Dixson 4. Peddling Cackwards: Reflections of Plessy and Brown in the Rockford Public Schools De Jure Desegregation EffortsThandeka Chapman 5. 'Proving Your Skin is White, You Can Have Everything': Race, Racial Identity and the Property Rights in Whiteness in the Supreme Court Case of Josephine DeCuirJessica DeCuir-Gunby 6. Keeping it Real: Race and Education in MemphisCelia Rousseau 7. Critical Race Perspectives on Desegregation: The Forgotten Voices of Black EducatorsJerome Morris 8. Parent(s): The Biggest Influences in the Education of African American Football Student-AthletesJamel Donnor Section III: The Interdisciplinary Nature of Critical Race Theory 9. Whose Culture has Capital? A Critical Race Theory Discussion of Community Cultural WealthTara J. Yosso 10. Critical Race Ethnography in Education: Narrative, Inequality, and the Problem of EpistemologyGarret Duncan 11. The Fire This Time: Jazz, Research and Critical Race TheoryAdrienne Dixson Section IV: Critical Race Theory in US Classrooms and Internationally 12. Where the Rubber Hits the Road: CRT Goes to High SchoolDavid Stovall 13. Critical Race Theory Beyond North America: Towards a Trans-Atlantic Dialogue on Racism and Antiracism in Educational Theory and PraxisDavid Gillborn Conclusion 14. Ethics, Engineering, and the Challenge of Racial Reform in EducationWilliam F. Tate, IV