Table of contents for Up where we belong : helping African American and Latino students rise in school and in life / Gail L. Thompson.

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@FCTX2:	Acknowledgments
	About the Author
@FCTX:Part One: In the Classroom
@FCTX2:	1.	?You Can Tell If They Care?: Why Students Need Caring and Highly Qualified Teachers
	2.	?It Would Be Nice to Learn Something About My Culture?: A Plea for a Culturally Relevant and More Interesting Education
	3.	?It Don?t Make No Sense to Give Us All These Tests?: Student Effort, Achievement, and Attitudes About Standardized Tests
	4.	?They Just Think We?re Loud?: How Discipline Policies and Practices Can Affect Students? Attitudes About School
@FCTX:Part Two: On the Schoolyard
@FCTX2:	5.	?We Just Can?t Seem to Get Along?: Race Relations on Campus
	6.	?You Don?t Know If They?re Gonna . . . Bust a Columbine on Everybody?: Why Schools Won?t Ever Be Entirely Safe
	7.	?Everybody?s Intimidated by Us?: A Candid Conversation with African American Males
	8.	?This Place Is Nasty?: How the School?s Physical Environment Can Contribute to Student Apathy
@FCTX:Part Three: Out in the World: Beyond the Classroom and the Schoolyard
@FCTX2:	9.	?Yes! They Do Care About My Education?: Parent Involvement in Schools
	10.	?They Should Worry More About Our Future?: Why America?s Stepchildren Need a College Preparatory Curriculum
	11.	The Truth Can Set Us Free! Seven Lessons I?ve Learned About School Reform in America
 Appendix A: Teacher Demographics
 Appendix B: Student Demographics
Appendix C: Additional Information About the Student Questionnaire Respondents
 Appendix D: Teacher Questionnaire Results
 Appendix E: Student Questionnaire Results
 Appendix F: Classroom Management Exercise 1
 Appendix G: Classroom Management Exercise 2

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Education.
Hispanic Americans -- Education.
Academic achievement -- United States.