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Marion Orr now examines why school reform has been difficult to achieve there, revealing the struggles of civic leaders and the limitations placed on Baltimore's African-American community as each has tried to rescue a failing school system.
Marion Orr now examines why school reform has been difficult. Forget Putnam, Read Orr! 0. Report. Recently Viewed and Featured. Sea Turtles of The Pacific.
By Marion Orr. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1999.
The Limits of Mayoral Control of Urban Schools: Baltimore. In Jeffrey R. Henig and Wilbur C. Rich (ed., Mayors in the Middle: Politics, Race and Mayoral Control of Urban Schools (Princeton: Princeton University Press, forthcoming). The Limits of Mayoral Control of Urban Schools: Baltimore.
The city used a variety of means, ranging from riots to redevelopment, to prevent desegregation. The result was not only the persistence of racial segregation, but the evolution of legal concepts and tools which provided the foundation for the nation's subsequent urban renewal effort and the emergence of a ghetto now distinguished by government support and sanction.
The Politics of School Reform in Baltimore, 1986-1999. Marion Orr. October 1999 256 pages. The Politics of Reforming Urban Schools. Clarence N. Stone, Jeffrey R. Henig, Bryan D. Jones, and Carol Pierannunzi. Building Civic Capacity. September 2001 208 pages. View options: View 10 View 25 View 50 View All. Author Position Price Publication Date Subtitle Title.
Leadership James Cone, Martin and Malcolm and America: A Dream or a Nightmare, (New York: Orbis Books, 1991). 4 Andra Gillespie, Whose Black Politics? Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership, (New York: Routledge, 2009)
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Margaret Terry Orr. 1999.