Table of contents for Urban schools, public will : making education work for all our children / Norm Fruchter.

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Contents
Introduction
 A Word About Usage
1.	The Failure of Brown and the Degradation of Urban Schools
 Thwarting the Promise of Brown
 The Forces of Opposition to Brown
 The Flight from Cities
 Sustaining the Paradox: Politics, Markets and America's Schools
 Integration and the Military's Schools
 The Value of Exemplars
2.	The Achievement Gap and the Culture of Schooling
 The Culture of Schooling
 The Dominant Culture of Schooling and Black Students
 Brothers and Keepers: How Schooling Failed an Aspiring Black Star
 Voices of the Self: Street Culture Versus School Culture
 The Culture of Schools and Black Achievement
 Synthesizing the Research to Reshape the Culture of Schooling
3. 	Inspection and Audit in Accountability
 The English Inspection System
 Inspection and Audit
 Audit Systems in American Accountability
 Some Problems of Audit Systems
 The Critical Role of District Capacity
 The Origins and Logic of No Child Left Behind
 The Key Limitations of No Child Left Behind
 The Ultimate Limitations of No Child Left Behind
4.	The Limits of Choice
 Choice and Effective Education for Black Students
 Some Results of Choice Systems
 The Context of Choice in Urban Settings
 Choice and Exit, Voice and Loyalty
 The Choice Experiment in New York City's District 4
 The Cause of District 4's Rise and Fall
 The Role of District Support
 Charter Schools and the Problem of Institutional Support
5.	The District's Role in Systemic Reform
 Reform Efforts and Urban Districts
 The New American Schools Effort and Urban Districts
 Urban Districts as Drivers of Reform
 District 2's Reform Effort
 First Things First in Kansas City, Kansas
 District-Level Reform in Hamilton County, Tennessee
 Common Elements of District-Level Reform
6.	Organizing for Effective Schools and Districts
 Education Organizing in Urban Settings
 What Education Organizing Can Accomplish
 The Context of Education Organizing
 Assessing the Results of Education Organizing
 Education Organizing Can Increase Neighborhood Social Capital
Education Organizing Can Increase Accountability and Expand 
Capacity for Democratic Participation
References
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Education, Urban -- United States.
Segregation in education -- United States.
Educational change -- United States -- Case studies.