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School Integration Matters

Author: Erica Frankenberg
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807757551
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More than 60 years after the Brown v. Board of Education decision declared segregated schooling inherently unequal, this timely book sheds light on how and why U.S. schools are experiencing increasing segregation along racial, socioeconomic, and linguistic lines. It offers policy and programmatic alternatives for advancing equity and describes the implications for students and more broadly for the nation. The authors look at the structural and legal roots of inequity in the United States educational system and examine opportunities to support integration efforts across the educational pipeline (pre-k to higher education).

Health Care And Eu Law

Author: Johan Willem van de Gronden
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789067047289
Size: 28.39 MB
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The aim of the present volume is to explore the consequences of the impact of the EU rules for the internal market (including the proposed Directive on patients’ rights) and competition on national health care systems. It will also address how related areas, such as EU public procurement law and WTO law, influence national healthcare organisation and Member State autonomy.

Educating Refugee Background Students

Author: Shawna Shapiro
Publisher: New Perspectives on Language and Education
ISBN: 9781783099962
Size: 66.74 MB
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This collection of empirical work offers an in-depth exploration of key issues in the education of adolescents and adults with refugee backgrounds residing in North America, Australia and Europe. These studies foreground student goals, experiences and voices, and reflect a high degree of awareness of the assets that refugee-background students bring to schools and broader society. Chapters are clustered according to the two themes of Language and Literacy, and Access and Equity. Each chapter includes a discussion of context, researcher positionality and implications for educators, policy-makers and scholars.

Integration Of Refugees Into The European Education And Labour Market

Author: Louis Henri Seukwa
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9783631641521
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For the first time in the history of the EU, from 2002 to 2007 asylum seekers and refugees had been explicitly considered in an employment programme trough EQUAL. Despite the success of this programme, EQUAL as a participant-oriented programme was not restarted after 2007. This book analyzes the results achieved by EQUAL with respect to the EU Council Directive laying down minimum standards for the reception of asylum seekers as well as for the promotion of access to education and employment. Based on case studies in four European cities, the question of access to education and training programmes as well as to the labour market for refugees and asylum seekers is examined. The legal, political, structural and individual conditions for the success of such measures are also highlighted.

Children And The Good Life

Author: Sabine Andresen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789048192199
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In April 2009, an inspiring international conference was held at Bielefeld on the topic "Children and the Good Life: New Challenges for Research on Children." The focus was on how we can define and measure a "good life" for children growing up in the modern world. This tied in with discussions on how convincing universalistic theories are, what research on children can contribute, and how children themselves can be integrated into the research process and debates on the "good life." Discourses and the production of knowledge on the "good life" or "well-being" require a guiding idea or a theoretical frame. This frame can come from the feminist ethic of care or from the Human and Children's Rights Convention, from the idea of welfare, or from the Capability Approach.

Gendering Disability

Author: Bonnie G. Smith
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813533735
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Disability and gender, terms that have previously seemed so clear-cut, are becoming increasingly complex in light of new politics and scholarship. These words now suggest complicated sets of practices and ways of being. Contributors to this innovative collection explore the intersection of gender and disability in the arts, consumer culture, healing, the personal and private realms, and the appearance of disability in the public sphere--both in public fantasies and in public activism. Beginning as separate enterprises that followed activist and scholarly paths, gender and disability studies have reached a point where they can move beyond their boundaries for a common landscape to inspire new areas of inquiry. Whether from a perspective in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, or arts, the shared subject matter of gender and disability studies--the body, social and cultural hierarchy, identity, discrimination and inequality, representation, and political activism--insistently calls for deeper conversation. This volume provides fresh findings not only about the discrimination practiced against women and people with disabilities, but also about the productive parallelism between these two categories.

European Social Work A Compendium

Author: Fabian Kessl
Publisher: Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 9783847401476
Size: 64.14 MB
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This volume gives an account of the fundamental developments transforming social work in Europe at the beginning of the 21st century. A European standard of social work has already emerged, but models for future European social work are absent. Therefore, the compendium gives an overview of the current transformation process for the first time, discussing the visible and invisible changes and mapping out where social work is positioned in the emerging post-welfare states. Contents include: A General Introduction: Transforming Perspectives. Social Work in Europe and European Social Work * Analytical Perspectives: Social Work in Europe and European Social Work in Post-Welfarist Contexts * Professional Perspectives: Main Approaches of Social Work in Europe and European Social Work * Positions: New Theoretical and Methodological Discourses of Social Work in Europe and European Social Work * Future Perspectives of Social Work in Europe and European Social Work * Social Work's Contribution to a Social Europe. [Subject: Social Work, European Studies]