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by William E. Segall,Anna Victoria Wilson

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  • ISBN 0791450384
  • ISBN13 978-0791450383
  • Language English
  • Author William E. Segall,Anna Victoria Wilson
  • Publisher SUNY Press (July 19, 2001)
  • Pages 212
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  • Category History
  • Subcategory Americas
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The story of one city's experience with school desegregation, as seen through the eyes of the teachers who lived it.

Wilson and Segall trace the deliberate actions of the Austin, Texas Independent School District to avoid school desegregation from 1964-1971 through the experiences of teachers who were forced into the forefront of this volatile situation.

Wilson and Segall trace the deliberate actions of the Austin, Texas Independent School District to avoid school desegregation from 1964-1971 through the experiences of teachers who were forced into the forefront of this volatile situation. They show how views and reactions differed between Black and White teachers as to their roles and responsibilities for enforcing the law of the land.

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William E. Segall is Professor of Social Foundations at Oklahoma State University

Stories of school desegregation are ultimately about people-teachers who work in the schools and the students who are there to learn. This book focuses on the front line faculty and their recollection of the effort to desegregate faculty in Austin's schools during 1964-1971 in compliance with the Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas Supreme Court ruling. William E. Segall is Professor of Social Foundations at Oklahoma State University. They also coauthored Introduction to Education: Teaching in a Diverse Society.

Stories of school desegregation are ultimately about people teachers who .

Stories of school desegregation are ultimately about people teachers who work in the schools and the students who are there to learn. This book focuses on the front line faculty and their recollection of the effort to desegregate faculty in Austin s schools during in compliance with the Brown v. This event had an enduring personal and professional impact on the Austin teachers that lives on in their memory and is now recounted in detail for the first time.

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-181) and index. Personal Name: Segall, William E. (William Edwin), 1938-.

Experiences of Teachers During the Desegregation of Austin's Schools, 1964-1971.

book by Anna Victoria Wilson. Experiences of Teachers During the Desegregation of Austin's Schools, 1964-1971. by Anna Victoria Wilson and William E. Segall.

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