This second edition of the Handbook of Urban Education offers a fresh, fluid, and diverse range of perspectives from which the authors describe, analyze, and offer recommendations for urban education in the US. Each of the seven sections includes an introduction, providing an overview and contextualization of the contents. In addition, there are discussion questions at the conclusion of many of the 31 chapters.
The seven sections in this edition of the Handbook include: (1) Multidisciplinary Perspectives (e.g., economics, health sciences, sociology, and human development); (2) Policy and Leadership; (3) Teacher Education and Teaching; (4) Curriculum, Language, and Literacy; (5) STEM; (6) Parents, Families, and Communities; and (7) School Closures, Gentrification, and Youth Voice and Innovations. Chapters are written by leaders in the field of urban education, and there are 27 new authors in this edition of the Handbook.
The book covers a wide and deep range of the landscape of urban education. It is a powerful and accessible introduction to the field of urban education for researchers, theorists, policymakers and practitioners as well as a critical call for the future of the field for those more seasoned in the field.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
section Section 1|90 pages
section Section 2|81 pages
Policy and Leadership
section Section 3|88 pages
Teacher Education and Teaching
section Section 4|62 pages
Curriculum, Language, and Literacy Studies
section Section 5|68 pages
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
section Section 6|83 pages
Parents, Families, and Communities
section Section 7|63 pages
School Closures, Gentrification, and Youth Voice and Innovation