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Anderson, E. (1999). Code of the street:  Decency, violence, and the moral life of the inner-city.  New York:  W.W. Norton & Company.

Anyon, J. (1997).  Ghetto schooling:  A Political economy of urban educational reform.  New York:  Teacher’s College Press.

Bowles, S. & Gintis, H. (1976).  Schooling in capitalist America.  New York:  Basic Books.

Carter, P. (2005). Keepin’ it real:  School success beyond black and white.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Conchas, G. (2006). The Color of Success:  Race and high-achieving urban youth. New York:  Teacher’s College Press.

Cooper, P. M. (2003). Effective white teachers of black children: Teaching within a community.  Journal of Teacher Education, 54(5), 413-427.

Delpit, L. (1988).  Other people’s children:  Cultural conflict in the classroom.  New York:  New Press.

Dewey, J. (1916).  Democracy and education. New York:  Free Press.

DuBois, W.E.B. (1969). The souls of Black folk. New York:  New American Library.

Ferguson, A. (2000). Bad boys:  Public schools in the making of black masculinity.  Ann Arbor, MI:  University of Michigan Press.

Ferguson, R. (July 2003). Teachers’ Perceptions and Expectations and the Black-White Test Score Gap.  Urban Education, 38 (4), 460-507.

Freire, P. (1993). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. New York:  Continuum.  (Original work published 1970).

Gay, G. (2000). Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice.  New York:  Teacher College Press.

Haberman, M. (1993). The pedagogy of poverty versus good teaching.  Phi Delta Kappan, 73, 290-294.

Howard, T. (2001). Powerful pedagogy for African American students. Urban Education, 36 (2), 179-202.

Irvine, J. (1990). Black students and school failure. New York:  Greenwood Press.

Irvine, J. (2002). In Search of wholeness:  African-American teachers and their culturally specific classroom practices.  New York:  Palgrave Publishers.

Irvine, J. & Armento, B. (2001). Culturally responsive teaching:  Lesson planning for elementary and middle grades.  Boston:  McGraw Hill.

Mickelson, R. (1990).  The Attitude-achievement paradox among black adolescents.  Sociology of Education. 63(1), 44-61.

Oakes, J. (2005).  Keeping track: How schools structure inequality. New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press.

Perry, T, Steele, C, & Hilliard, A. (2003). Young, gifted, and black:  Promoting high achievement among African-American students.  Boston, MA:  Beacon Press.

Tatum, B.D. (1997).  “Why are all the black kids sitting together in the cafeteria?” and other conversations about race. New York:  Basic Books.

Villegas, A. & Lucas, T. (2002). Educating culturally responsive teachers:  A Coherent approach. Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press.

Woodson, C.G. (1933). The Mis-education of the Negro.  Chicago:  African American Images. 

Wilson, W.J. (1987). The Truly disadvantaged:  The Inner-city, the underclass, and public policy.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.


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