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Cutting school : privatization, segregation, and the end of public education / Noliwe Rooks.

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  • 4 of 5 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Fulton Co PL - Aubbee Library (Leiters Ford) 379.1 ROO (Text) 33187004293649 Nonfiction Available -
Fulton Co PL - Rochester Main Library 379.1 ROO (Text) 33187004293631 Nonfiction Available -
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Plainfield-Guilford Twp PL - Plainfield 379.1 Rooks (Text) 31208912547215 new non-fiction Checked out 01/07/2018

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  • ISBN: 9781620972489
  • ISBN: 1620972484
  • Physical Description: xi, 272 pages : 22 cm
  • Publisher: New York : The New Press, 2017.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-253) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction. The segrenomics of American education -- Rich college students, poor public schools -- White philanthropy, black education -- Brown children, white retribution -- How the North wasn't won -- Education dreams and virtual nightmares -- Stealing school -- The age of resistance -- Coda: Trickle-up education.
Summary, etc.: "Public schools are among America's greatest achievements in modern history, yet from the earliest days of tax-supported education -- today a sector with an estimated budget of over half a billion dollars -- there have been intractable tensions tied to race and poverty. Now, in an era characterized by levels of school segregation the country has not seen since the mid-twentieth century, cultural critic and American studies professor Noliwe Rooks provides a trenchant analysis of our separate and unequal schools and argues that profiting from our nation's failure to provide a high-quality education to all children has become a very big business"--
Subject: Privatization in education > United States.
Segregation in education > United States.
Public schools > United States.

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