This will interest readers in the areas of multiculturalism, education, public policy, and ethnic studies, and will be valuable to policy developers and activists in the fields of equity and diversity.
Reva Joshee is an associate professor of educational theory and policy at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. Lauri Johnson is an associate professor of Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Buffalo. Contributors include Carol Agocs; Adrienne Chan; Catherine Cornbleth, Rinaldo Walcott, Carlos Ovando, and Terezia Zoric; Tracey M. Derwing & Murray Munro; David Gillborn; Michelle Goldberg; Karen M. Gourd; Jan Hare; Augustine McCaffery; Carlos J. Ovando and Terrence G. Wiley; Yoon K. Pak; Christopher M. Span, Rashid V. Robinson, and Trinidad Molina Villega; John W. Tippeconnic III and Sabrina Redwing Saunders; Edward Taylor; Charles Ungerleider; and Sue Winton.
Foreword / Charles Ungerleider Acknowledgments Introduction: Cross-Border Dialogue and Multicultural Policy Webs / Lauri Johnson and Reva Joshee Part 1: Historical Context 1 Past Crossings: US Influences on the Development of Canadian Multicultural Education Policy / Reva Joshee and Susan Winton 2 Diversity Policies in American Schools: A Legacy of Progressive School Leadership and Community Activism / Lauri Johnson 3 We Are Already Multicultural: Why Policy and Leadership Matter / Yoon K. Pak Part 2: First Nations and American Indian Education 4 First Nations Education Policy in Canada: Building Capacity for Change and Control / Jan Hare 5 Policy Issues in the Education of American Indians and Alaska Natives / John W. Tippeconnic III and Sabrina Redwing Saunders 6 What We Know about Native Participation in Higher Education / Augustine McCaffery Part 3: Immigrant and Language Education 7 Canadian Policies on Immigrant Language Education / Tracey M. Derwing and Murray J. Munro 8 Language Education in the Conflicted United States / Carlos J. Ovando and Terrence G. Wiley 9 A Critical Examination of Language Policies and Practices in Canada and the United States / Karen M. Gourd Part 4: Race-Based Policies 10 Race-Based Policies in Canada: Education and Social Context / Adrienne S. Chan 11 Education, American Style: Race-Based School Policies and Practices in the United States / Christopher M. Span, Rashid V. Robinson, and Trinidad Molina Villegas 12 Canadian and American Race-Based Education Policies / Njoki Nathani Wane Part 5: Employment Equity and Affirmative Action 13 Canada's Employment Equity Act: Perspectives on Policy and Implementation / Carol Agocs 14 Critical Race Theory and Interest Convergence in the Backlash against Affirmative Action: Washington State and Initiative 200 / Edward Taylor 15 Dialogue across Borders on Employment Equity/Affirmative Action / Michelle Goldberg Part 6: Extending the Dialogue 16 Institutional Racism in Education Policy and Practice: A View from England / David Gillborn 17 Multicultural Policies and Practices in North America: A Dialogue with the View from England / Catherine Cornbleth, Rinaldo Walcott, Carlos J. Ovando, and Terezia Zoric Contributors; Index