When middle-class parents choose urban schools : class, race, and the challenge of equity in public education /
Chicago ; London :
The University of Chicago Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Middle-class parents and city school transformation
- Reconceptualizing the "urban": examining race, class, and demographic change in cities and their public schools
- Building a "critical mass": neighborhood parent group action for school change
- The (re)making of a "good" public school: parent and teacher views of a changing school community
- Professionalizing the MPTO: race, class, and shifting norms for "active" parents
- Morningside revisited
- Maintaining a "commitment to everyone": toward a vision of equitable development in urban public schooling
- Appendix A: Social class categories
- Appendix B: Methodological approach.