Social justice and education in the 21st century : research from South Africa and the United States / Willie Pearson Jr., Vijay Reddy, editors.Material type: TextSeries: Diversity and inclusion researchPublisher: Cham : Springer, Description: 1 online resourceContent type:
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- LC192.2 .S63 2021
Introduction: Social Justice and Education in the 21st Century -- Part I: Early Education and Schooling -- Chapter 1: Social Justice in the United States' Early Education -- Chapter 2: Education and Labour Market Inequalities in South Africa -- Chapter 3: Reproducing Inequality in the South African Schooling System: What are the Opportunities -- Chapter 4: The Pursuit of Social Justice through Educational Policy for Poor, Rural and Special Needs Learners in South Africa -- Chapter 5: Children with Disabilities in South Africa: Policies for Early Identification and Education -- Chapter 6: I just want to have a better life and be who I want to be--Competing Perspectives on LGBTI inclusion in South African Schools -- Part II: Higher Education -- Chapter 7: The remaking of South African higher education: A 25- year journey -- Chapter 8: Race, Social Justice, Higher Education and Financial Aid in the U.S.: The Case of African Americans -- Chapter 9: Higher Education Outcomes in South Africa: The Role of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme -- Chapter 10: A Holistic Model for Student Success in STEM: The Case for a Comprehensive and Holistic Approach in Building the Pipeline -- Chapter 11: Black Women Professors in South African Universities: Advancing Social Justices -- Chapter 12: African American Women in Engineering: Intersectionality as a Pathway to Social Justice -- Chapter 13: Towards an African Linguistic Renaissance: A Case Study of a South African University -- Chapter 14: Ableism in the Academy? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Experiences of Students with Disabilities in U.S. Higher Education -- Chapter 15: Models of Excellence for Social Justice: Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) -- Part III: Education and Technology -- Chapter 16: The Role of Open Distance Learning in addressing Social Justice: A South African Case Study -- Chapter 17: General Perspectives Toward the Impact of AI on Race and Society -- Chapter 18: The Gendered Impact of Artificial Intelligence and the Fourth Industrial Revolution in South Africa: Inequality, Accessibility and Skills Development -- Chapter 19: Bringing Inequalities to the Fore: The Effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic and Other Disasters on Educational Inequalities in the United States -- Postscript: Decreasing Educational Inequalities and Advancing Social Justice.
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