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Education Inequality: Opportunity and Mobility (Journal of Social Issues (JOSI))

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Income inequality has become the defining issue in the U.S. since the end of the recession. With stagnant wages and declining mobility among the working and middle class, many Americans believe the economic system unfairly favors the wealthy. Education can change this. To do so, however, we need to create the right conditions for students to succeed (i.e., increasing opportunity) and explore solutions to help them move ahead (i.e., improving mobility). This issue of the Journal of Social Issues, "Education Inequality: Opportunity and Mobility," focuses on this theme.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781119390732
ISBN-10: 1119390737
Pagini: 224
Dimensiuni: 153 x 228 x 11 mm
Greutate: 0.30 kg
Editura: Wiley
Seria Journal of Social Issues (JOSI)

Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

Public țintă

Education inequality has broad interdisciplinary appeal, and would be of particular interest to those in the fields of education, psychology; sociology, political science; communications, economics, and even the general interest reader. This issue would provide an ideal forum for seminars and courses to discuss and reflect a broad–based approach to addressing education inequality. In particular, this issue s focus on solutions would speak to policymakers seeking to work closer with the academic and scholarly community. 

Cuprins

INTRODUCTION
Reframing the Inequality Debate toward Opportunity and Mobility..........619
Norman Eng and Allan Ornstein

SECTION I: OPPORTUNITY
School Finance & the Distribution of Equal Educational Opportunity
in the Postrecession U.S..............................................................629
Bruce D. Baker

The Social Genome Model: Estimating How Policies Affect
Outcomes, Mobility and Inequality across the Life Course....................656
Gregory Acs, Steven Martin, Jonathan A. Schwabish,
and Isabel V. Sawhill

Education Inequality: Broadening Public Attitudes through Framing........676
Norman Eng

Global Equality of Educational Opporunity: Creating the Conditions
for all Students to Succeed.........................................................696
Andreas Schleicher and Pablo Zoido

SECTION II: MOBILITY
From Deficiency to Strength: Shifting the Mindset about
Education Inequality.................................................................720
Yong Zhao

The Career Pathways Movement: A Promising Strategy for
Increasing Opportunity and Mobility.............................................740
Robert B. Schwartz

INTRODUCTION
Reframing the Inequality Debate toward Opportunity and Mobility 619
Norman Eng and Allan Ornstein Children′s Reasoning about Poverty, Economic Mobility, 
and Helping Behavior: Results of a Curriculum
Intervention in the Early School Years..........................................760
Rashmita S. Mistry, Lindsey Nenadal, Katherine M. Griffin,
Frederick J. Zimmerman, Hasmik Avetisian Cochran,
Carla–Anne Thomas, and Christopher Wilson

"I′m Still Waiting On That Golden Ticket": Attitudes
toward and Experiences with Opportunity in The Streets
of Black America...................................................................789
Yasser Arafat Payne and Tara Marie Brown

SECTION III: COMMENTARY
Commentary........................................................................812
Helen F. Ladd

SECTION IV: LEWIN AWARD ADDRESS
Carrying On Kurt Lewin′s Legacy in Many Current
Domains: Lewin Award 2015...................................................828
Philip G. Zimbardo