Why Are So Many Minority Students in Special Education?: Understanding Race & Disability in Schools, Second Edition
The authors present compelling stories representing the range of experiences that culturally and linguistically diverse students are apt to face in school.
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Overview Ethnic Disproportionality in Special Education
School Structure Institutional Bias and Individual Agency
Cultural Consonance Dissonance and the Nuances of Racism
In the Classroom Opportunity to Learn
The Construction of Family Identity Stereotypes and Cultural Capital
At the Conference Table The Discourse of Identity Construction
Bilingual Issues and the Referral Process
Constructing Intellectual Disability Cracks and Redundancies
Constructing Learning Disabilities Redundancies and Discrepancies
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