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3.3: References

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    Alvarez, S. (2013). 3 things to know about the history of Detroit busing. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www.michiganradio,org/post/3-things-know-about-history-detroit-busing

    Brown Foundation. (n.d.). Prelude to brown – 1849: Roberts v. the city of Boston. Retrieved 3/1/19 from brownvboard.org/content/prelude-brown-a849-roberts-v-city-boston/

    Brown v. Board of Education. (n.d.). Legal Information Institute. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/347/483

    Dobbs, C. (2016). Noah Webster and the dream of a common language. Retrieved 3/1/19 from coonecticuthistory.org/noah-webster-and-the-dream-of-a-common-language/ct

    Labaree (1997). Public goods, private goods: The American struggle over educational goals. American Educational Research Journal, 33(1). 39-81.

    Michals, D. (2015). Catherine Ester Beecher, National Women’s History Museum. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/catherine-ester-beecher/

    Moody, A. (2012). The education for all handicapped children act: A faltering step towards integration. Retrieved 3/1/19 from commondo.trincollege.edu/edreform/2012/05/the-education-for-all-handicapped-children-act-a-faltering-step towards-integration

    Paul, C. (n.d.). Elementary and secondary education act of 1965. Retrieved 3/1/19 from socialwelfare.librar.vcu.edu/programs/education/elemntary-and-secondary-education-act-of-1968/

    PBS. (n.d.) Horace Mann: Only a teacher. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www.pbs.org/onlyateacher/Horace.html/

    Plessy v. Fergusson. (n.d.) Oyez. Retrieved 3/1/19 from http://www.oyez.org/cases/1850-1900/163us537/

    Public Law 85-864. (1958). National Defense Education Act. Retrieved 3/1/19 at wwwedu.oulu.fi/tohtorikoulutus/jarjestettava_opetus/Troehler/NDEA_1958.pdf

    Saggara, E. (2013). 18th century advice: Thomas Jefferson on education reform. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www.dailysignal.com/2013/04/14/18th-century-advice-thomas-jefferson-on-education-reform/

    Sahagun, L. (2018). East LA, 1968: “Walkout!” The day high school students helped ignite the Chicano power movement. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-1968-east-la-walkouts-20180301-htmlstory.html

    Stern, W. (1997). How Dagger John saved New York’s Irish. City Journal. NY:NY.

    US Department of Education. (n.d.). Developing programs for English learners: Lau v. Nichols. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/ell/lau.html

    US Department of Labor. (n.d.). Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972. Retrieved 3/1/19 from www.dol.gov/oasam/regs/statutues/titleix.htm

     

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