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The Street Stops Here

Author: Patrick McCloskey
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520267974
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"A harrowing, honest, and often moving story."—Andrew Greeley "McCloskey shows how challenging it is to succeed under adverse circumstances, how tenuous are the victories, how relentless are those who wage the battle to overcome the historic disadvantages of their students."—Diane Ravitch, New York University "Sheds light on important issues cutting across all city schools."—Joseph P. Viteritti, author of Choosing Equality

Continental Drift

Author: Russell Banks
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062123165
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Now available for the first time in e-book format, a powerful literary classic from one of contemporary fiction's most acclaimed and important writers, Russell Banks's Continental Drift is a masterful novel of hope lost and gained, and a gripping, indelible story of fragile lives uprooted and transformed by injustice, disappointment, and the seductions and realities of the American dream.

Women In Chemistry And Physics

Author: Louise S. Grinstein
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN:
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"No other sourcebook to date chronicles women's contributions to chemistry and physics with such interest and depth. Highly recommended..." RQ

One Nation One Standard

Author: Herman Badillo
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440622701
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Why aren’t Hispanics succeeding like Asians, Jews, and other immigrant groups in America? Herman Badillo's answer is as politically incorrect as the question: Hispanics simply don’t put the same emphasis on education as other immigrant groups. As the nation’s first Puerto Rican–born U.S. congressman, the trailblazing Badillo once supported bilingual education and other government programs he thought would help the Hispanic community. But he came to see that the real path to prosperity, political unity, and the American mainstream is self-reliance, not big government. Now Badillo is a champion of one standard of achievement for all races and ethnicities. In this surprising and controversial manifesto, you will learn: Why Hispanic culture’s trouble with education, democracy, and economics stems from Mother Spain and the “five-hundred year siesta” she induced in Latin America. Why the Congressman who drafted the first Spanish-English bilingual education legislation now believes that bilingual education hurts students more than it helps. Why “social promotion” — putting minority students’ self-esteem ahead of their academic performance and then admitting them to college unprepared — continues to this day, despite the system’s documented failures and injustices. How self-identifying as “Hispanic” or “white” or “black” undermines achievement, and what lessons we can learn from Latin American countries, where one’s race is irrelevant. With Central and Latin America exporting a large portion of their poor, Hispanics are on the way to becoming a majority in the United States... but one with all the problems of a minority culture. Badillo’s solution to this problem relies on traditional values: hard work, education, and achievement. His lessons are important not only for Hispanics but for every American.

4th Street Playground

Author: Ronald Lee Fleming
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1514488248
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Never underestimate the importance of a playground such as 4th Street (Mount Vernon, New York). Or an institution, such as a Boys Club & Girls Club, or a Community Center, in its ability to knit people together. No matter where you go in this life you take a piece of your community with you. One Love.

A Class Apart

Author: Alec Klein
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743299450
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A portrait of a top-ranking Manhattan public high school cites its high-achieving alumni, which include Nobel Prize and Academy Award winners, multi-millionaires, and dozens of writers, in an account that offers insight into the experiences of its present-day students as they navigate the challenges of the school's considerable academic standards. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

Tales From The Maryland Terrapins

Author: David Ungrady
Publisher: Sports Pub
ISBN: 9781582616889
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The most profound memories from more than a century of athletics at Maryland are relived through first-person anecdotes reflecting the joys and challenges of big-time college sports.

Morris High School And The Creation Of The New York City Public High School System

Author: Gary Hermalyn
Publisher: Bronx County Historical Society
ISBN: 9780941980319
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In 1896, the School Reform Law provided the reorganization of the New York City Board of Education & the creation of the first public high schools in the city. In September of 1897, the Boys' High School, later named DeWitt Clinton High School, & the Girls' High School, later named Wadleigh High School, were opened in Manhattan. The third school to open was the North Side, in what is now the Bronx. There were both male & female students so it was named the Mixed High School &, soon after, the Peter Cooper High School. It was, in 1901, renamed Morris High School in honor of Gouverneur Morris, the penman of the Constitution. The study is chronological. It has a brief historical background of the New York public school system between 1805 & 1896, including the reform movement led by Nicholas Murray Butler. This is followed by an explanation of the changes in the Board of Ed between 1896 & 1904 including City Superintendent William Maxwell's contributions. The major portion of the book is the history of Morris High School from 1897, when it opened, to 1904, when its new building was dedicated. The Morris High School building was to be the master work of its architect, C.B.J. Snyder.