Economic Policies for Growth and Sustainability
Edited by Nikolaos Karagiannis and John E. King
Chapter 14: Government intervention and educational equity: leveraging educator preparation programmes at historically black colleges and universities
Pearson examines the potential impact of minority-serving institutions, specifically historically black colleges and universities for state policies with equitable education as an outcome. The author discusses important concepts and policy recommendations through the lenses of ‘equity’ and ‘critical race theory’, incorporating the role of ‘implicit bias’ and the ‘permanence of racism’ in the United States and advanced Western countries and utilizing a critical race theory framework as necessary to better understand and challenge the ways race and racism implicitly and explicitly affect educational policy outcomes for states, students and institutions. According to Pearson, this clear focus should help us better understand racism and its systematic subordination of certain communities of minorities.
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