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    Segregation in schools

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    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.

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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 ...

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    Segregation in schools, especially charter schools, is briefly assessed. References are also infused to validate the findings.