SP19 Week Eleven Agenda

Week Eleven 1 April – 5 April: The New Segregation 


Rosiek, J. and Kathy Kinslow, K. (2016). Resegregation as curriculum: the meaning of the new segregation in U.S. public schools. Chapter 1 Resegregation in Riverton and the Nation. pp. 1-18. New York: Routledge.



  • Noteworthy & Current Events
    • Assignment Due Tuesday 9 April BlogPost Resegregation| LCI, LCIII, LCIV
    • Assignment Due 11 April: Present Proposal
    • Reading for next week: Sulkowski, M. L. (2017). Unauthorized immigrant students in the United States: The current state of affairs and the role of public education. Children & Youth Services Review77, 62–68.
  • Unauthorized immigrant students 

Screen Shot 2019-04-03 at 12.51.39 PM“The U.S. has a long and complicated immigration history. Different groups of immigrants have been favored, accepted, discriminated against, and even banned from entering the country because of prevailing laws, policies, practices, and public perceptions harbored by dominant members of society…” — Michael Sulkowski (2017)

Major U.S. Immigration Laws, 1790 – Present

“[A]ccording to the 1982 U.S. Supreme Court case, Plyler v. Doe (457 U.S.202), asking students questions about their immigration status may discourage students from unauthorized families from enrolling in school, thus violating their federal right to a FAPE”*  — Michael Sulkowski (2017)

*Free Appropriate Public Education