|A List of Editors and Contributors||viii|
| The new politics of race and gender ||1|
|Part 1.Cutting across race and gender||7|
|1 Demographic politics and American schools: Struggles for power and justice ||7|
|James Gordon Ward|
|2 Categorical wars: Zero-sum politics and school finance ||19|
|Thomas Timar and|
|3 Accountability, invisibility and the politics of numbers: School report cards and race ||36|
|Carolyn D. Herrington|
|4 Race, ideology and the battle over curriculum ||48|
|Caroline B. Cody,|
|Arthur Woodward and|
|5 The micro-politics of student voices: Moving from diversity of bodies to diversity of voices in schools ||58|
|Gary L. Anderson and|
|6 Business involvement in school reform: The rise of the Business Roundtable ||69|
|Louis Castenell and|
|Part 2.Issues of race in the midst of reform||85|
|7 Race and the liberal perspective in Chicago school reform ||85|
|G.Alfred Hess, Jr.|
|8 Democratic politics and school improvement: The potential of Chicago school reform ||97|
|Sharon G. Rollow and|
|Anthony S. Bryk|
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Book title: The New Politics of Race and Gender:The 1992 Yearbook of the Politics of Education Association.
Contributors: Catherine Marshall - Editor.
Publisher: Falmer Press.
Place of publication: Washington, DC.
Publication year: 1993.
Page number: v.
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