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by Philip G. Altbach,Kofi Lomotey

The Racial Crisis in American Higher Education (SUNY series, Frontiers in Education) download ebook
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0791405206
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978-0791405208
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Philip G. Altbach,Kofi Lomotey
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SUNY Press (January 24, 1991)
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Yolanda T. Moses, President, American Association for Higher Education. Philip G. Altbach is J. Donald Monan Chair in Education and Director of the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College.

Yolanda T. William A. Smith is Assistant Professor in the Department of Education, Culture, and Society and the Ethnic Studies Program at the University of Utah and is Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Race and Diversity in Higher Education. Kofi Lomotey is President of Fort Valley State University.

Philip G. Altbach, Kofi Lomotey. The Racial Dilemma in American Higher Education. Across the country our universities and colleges continue to be beset by incidences of racial turmoil on campus. 3. The Changing Demographics Problems and Opportunities. Altbach is Professor and Director of the Comparative Education Center at State University of New York at Buffalo, and author of The Knowledge Context: Comparative Perspectives on the Distribution of Knowledge, also published by SUNY Press.

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Start by marking The Racial Crisis In American Higher Education as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The first contemporary serious collection of articles on this topic, this book goes beyond rhetoric to examine the causes and impact of campus racial tensions both by examining some key university case studies and by investigating some of the underlying elements Across the country our universities and colleges continue to be beset by incidences of racial turmoil on campus.

By Clark Kerr, Philip G. Lomotey writes of different racial cultures "living separately, with little knowledge of, or respect for, each other"; and Altbach of how racial issues in American higher education have been and are at "flashpoints of crisis. The Racial Crisis in American Higher Education. By Clark Kerr, Philip G.

The Racial Crisis in American Higher Education (S U N Y Series, Frontiers in Education) by Altbach, Philip G. .Published by State University of New York Press (1991). ISBN 10: 0791405214 ISBN 13: 9780791405215.

Published by State University of New York Press (1991).

Race in Higher Education: The Continuing Crisis. The Changing Demographics: Problems and Opportunities. SUNY series, Frontiers in Education. Racial Crisis in American Higher Education, The. by: Altbach, Philip G. Published: (1991)

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Crisis in Teaching: Perspectives on Current Reforms (Suny Series, Frontiers in Education). Gail P. Kelly, Philip G. Altbach.

Comparative Higher Education: Knowledge, the University, and Development (Contemporary Studies in Social and Policy Issues in Education). Academic super markets (The Jossey-Bass series in higher education). The Knowledge Context: Comparative Perspectives on the Distribution of Knowledge. Crisis in Teaching: Perspectives on Current Reforms (Suny Series, Frontiers in Education).

The Frontiers in Education Series draws upon a range of disciplines and approaches in the analysis of contemporary educational issues and concerns. A special focus highlights educational policy issues from a multidisciplinary perspective. Going to School: The African-American Experience Kofi Lomotey (e. Curriculum Differentiation: Interpretive Studies in . Secondary Schools Reba Page and Linda Valli (ed.

Author: Altbach, Philip G. Lomotey, Kofi. Publication Year: 1991. Series: SUNY series, frontiers in education

Author: Altbach, Philip G. Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press. Series: SUNY series, frontiers in education. Subject: Minorities - Education (Higher) - United States College integration - United States Universities and colleges - United States - Case studies.

Lomotey, Kofi, eds. Albany : State University Of New York Press, 1991. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed. Names: Lomotey, Kofi. Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, c1991.

Across the country our universities and colleges continue to be beset by incidences of racial turmoil on campus. The first contemporary serious collection of articles on this topic, this book goes beyond rhetoric to examine the causes and impact of campus racial tensions both by examining some key university case studies and by investigating some of the underlying elements of the crisis.In order to raise the consciousness of the entire university community to the import of these concerns the authors focus both on current research and on the flashpoints of controversy. The first part of the volume deals with broader issues relating to the academic community and to the curriculum. The overarching issues including debates about affirmative action, and admissions policies are considered as well as the difficulties of recruitment, retention, and campus life for Afro-American, Hispanic, and Asian-American faculty. Studies of some of the campuses which have recently experienced a heightening of racial tension including Columbia, Stanford, Arizona State, and Cornell are provided.