Table of contents for Race, schools, and hope : African Americans and school choice after Brown / Lisa M. Stulberg.

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Contents 
Acknowledgements 
1. Introduction 
School Choice Today 
My Examinations of African American School Choice 
Why Study These Examples 
My Method 
Reflections on My Role 
Choice and American Hope 
2. Schooling and Hope: The Integration Debate 
Purposes of American Schooling 
Integration and Nationalism in African American Schooling 
Integration, Nationalism, and Hope 
Complicating the Integrationalism-Nationalism Distinction 
School Choice and the Politics of Integration 
3. Community Control and Post-Brown Politics of Race and Nation 
Community Control Context 
The Short-Lived "Experiment" 
The Dominant View of Community Control 
Debating the Goal of Desegregation 
American Participation and Interracial Partnership 
School Choice and the Post-Brown Moment 
4. Independent Schooling as Civil Rights Alternative 
From Public to Private Control 
Independent School Context 
The CIBI Model 
Schooling for Self Determination and Survival 
Independent Schools and Public Education 
Historical Roots of Modern Choice Politics 
5. Vouchers, Race, and the American Welfare State 
The Current State of Voucher Reforms 
Vouchers and a Local State 
Vouchers and a Minimal State 
Vouchers and a Progressive State 
Vouchers and a Divided State 
Vouchers and the State of Black Politics 
School Choice and Debates about the State 
6.	The Founding of the West Oakland Community School 
Politics of Schooling and Race in the 1990s 
Politics of Schooling and Race in Oakland 
The West Oakland Context 
The WOCS Founding Group 
"Race versus Place" 
Race and Quality Schooling, Broadly Defined 
7.	Politics, Successes, and Challenges of the West Oakland Community School 
City and School Politics in Oakland 
WOCS's Success 
WOCS's Challenges 
The Closing of WOCS 
Charter and the Politics of Urban Schooling 
8.	The West Oakland Community School, Charter Schooling, and Post-Civil Rights 
Politics 
Partnership and Participation in American Reform 
Debating Desegregation, Again 
Charter Schools and the Public Sphere 
New Terrain, Same Debates 
9.	School Choice and Hope 
African American School Choice Since Brown 
The Limits of Choice 
The Potential of Choice 
"America Will Be . . ." 
Notes References Index About the Author 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

School choice -- Political aspects -- United States.
African Americans -- Education.
West Oakland Community School.