What different forms can segregation take in US schools? When can these methods affirm diversity and when are they detrimental to learning? Consider economic segregation, culturally-based schools (i.e. African American, Latino, or Native American), gender-specific, or charter schools. Provide examples from your own experience and at least one reference in addition to the course textbook.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 6:14 am ad1c9bdddf
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In my last school where I taught, social segregation manifested deeply between special education and regular education kids as well as athletic and non-athletic kids.
To me, the special ed/regular ed. division was a major detriment since it made the special ...
Segregation in schools, especially charter schools, is briefly assessed. References are also infused to validate the findings.
Segregation in Schools Today
Please help, I need two (2) articles about where segregation still exists in schools today. Something in the past 5 - 8 years. I have to write a paper on this and can't find where segregation still exists in schools today.View Full Posting Details