Minority Teachers in White Schools Research Paper by CalDR

Minority Teachers in White Schools
A study into minority teachers placed in predominantly white schools and how both the teacher and student is effected.
# 29382 | 4,953 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper studies the issues related to having minority teachers in predominantly white schools. The paper explores how many new opportunities now exist for minority educators but the purposeful placing of minorities in majority white schools has also raised the issue of tokenism. The paper explores whether these minority teachers are being treated equally with their white counterparts and whether their assignment to mostly white schools is based upon real ability and genuine need, or whether such assignments are merely reflective of well-meaning social policy gone awry.

The Problem and its Setting
Literature Review
Research Methods and Procedures
Anticipated Findings

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