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by Sonya Douglass Horsford

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Author:
Sonya Douglass Horsford
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978-0807751770
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0807751774
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Teachers College Press (February 24, 2011)
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Social Sciences
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Learning in a burning house: Educational inequality, ideology, and (dis) integration. Vestiges of desegregation: Superintendent perspectives on educational inequality and (dis) integration in the Post–Civil Rights era. SD Horsford. Urban Education 46 (1), 34-54, 2011. Teachers College Press, 2011. Mixed feelings about mixed schools: Superintendents on the complex legacy of school desegregation. Educational Administration Quarterly 46 (3), 287-321, 2010. Unifying messy communities: Learning social justice in educational leadership classrooms. EA Rusch, SD Horsford.

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Learning in a Burning House is the first book to offer a historical look at the desegregation dilemma with clear .

Learning in a Burning House is the first book to offer a historical look at the desegregation dilemma with clear recommendations for what must be done to ensure Black student success in today’s schools. This important book centers race and voice in the desegregation discourse. Wake up, America! ―From the Foreword by Marian Wright Edelman, president, Children's Defense Fund.

Learning in a Burning House is the first book to offer a historical look at the desegregation dilemma with clear recommendations for what must be done to ensure Black student success in today's schools. This important book centers race and voice in the desegregation discourse, examining and reconceptualizing the meaning of "equal education. Featuring the unique perspectives of Black school leaders, Horsford provides a critical race analysis of how racism has undermined the integration ideal and the subsequent schooling of Black children.

Sonya Douglass Horsford is Associate Professor of Education Leadership in the Department of Organization & Leadership at Teachers College . Learning in a Burning House: Education Inequality, Ideology, and (Dis)integration. Sonya Douglass Horsford.

Sonya Douglass Horsford is Associate Professor of Education Leadership in the Department of Organization & Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University. Social justice for the advantaged: Freedom from racial equality post-Milliken.

Learning in a burning house: Educational inequality, ideology, and (dis)integration. Sonya Douglass Horsford, E. New York: Teachers College Press. program for aspiring and practicing urban school superintendents.

In Learning in a Burning House, Sonya Douglass Horsford expands on that analysis in a book that also offers .

In Learning in a Burning House, Sonya Douglass Horsford expands on that analysis in a book that also offers clear recommendations on how to ensure equity and achievement in our schools and our society. Dr. Horsford's solutions are based on a solid analysis of the problem.

Professor Horsford will discuss key themes from her book Learning in a Burning House, which documents the negative consequences of school desegregation for Black communities in the . and their continued relevance amid widening social inequality and political polarization. Teachers College Columbia University IUME Book Talk - Learning in a Burning House: Educational Inequailty, Ideology, and (Dis)integration by Sonya Horsford. Ended Mar 29th, 2017. Teachers College Columbia University. 525 W 120th St, New York, NY 10027, USA.

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The negative consequences of school desegregation on Black communities in the United States are now well documented in education research. Learning in a Burning House is the first book to offer a historical look at the desegregation dilemma with clear recommendations for what must be done to ensure Black student success in today’s schools. This important book centers race and voice in the desegregation discourse, examining and reconceptualizing the meaning of “equal education.” Featuring the unique perspectives of Black school leaders, Horsford provides a critical race analysis of how racism has undermined the integration ideal and the subsequent schooling of Black children. Most importantly, the book discusses how meaningful education reform must be grounded in a moral activist vision of equal education through a cross-racial commitment to racial literacy, realism, reconstruction, and reconciliation in our schools and society.

With an engaging style that invites us on a journey of discovery, Learning in a Burning House presents new insights into Black education and proposes leadership and policy solutions that can be immediately adopted to improve urban education.

  • I consider myself a student of the civil and human rights movement. John Lewis' "Walking with the Wind" and King's "I Have a Dream" in particular have shaped my perspectives. In "Learning in a Burning House" Sonya Horsford has penned an important analysis of the impact of integration on education in the United States. Her work takes an important place with select others in framing the aftermath of the civil rights movement at its height in the 1960s. Alas in the end we are left knowing there is so much work yet to be done. "Learning in a Burning House" is a must read.

  • In this book, Sonya Douglass Horsford just may have provided the necessary baton between and among generations of educators, educational administrators and education researchers. Here, she succinctly differentiates and delineates between equality, justice, desegregation, integration and opportunity in conversations around educational policies and practices. This work, rooted in the legal and historical perspectives of educating students of color explores the tension of race and education in the American culture in context. Bravo and Kudos to Dr. Horsford for this much needed and appreciated contribution to the educational literary landscape.

  • "Those who ignore history are bound to repeat it" or so the saying goes. As educators become more and more desperate to find answers for how to improve education in this country, we keep grappling with solutions without knowing some of the root causes for our issues, which commonly can be found in our history. In "Learning in a Burning House", Dr. Horsford does a great job of delineating the truth about the roles desegregation and integration played in the current state of education. More importantly, she gives some viable solutions for creating equality in education for student populations found in schools all across America today.

  • I enjoyed reading this book, I just wish there was more of it. Excellent research was conducted, however, I don't feel that all of the points of the author were developed fully. I think it would make a great piece of reference material.