Still separate, still unequal, but not always so suburban: The changing nature if suburban school districts in the New York metropolitan area

A.S. Wells, D. Ready, J. Duran, C. Grzesikowsi, Kathryn Hill, A. Roda, M Warner, T White

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationResearch on schools, neighborhoods and communities: Toward civic responsibility
EditorsW. Tate
Place of PublicationLanham, MA
PublisherAmerican Educational Research Association
Pages125-149
StatePublished - 2012

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Wells, A. S., Ready, D., Duran, J., Grzesikowsi, C., Hill, K., Roda, A., ... White, T. (2012). Still separate, still unequal, but not always so suburban: The changing nature if suburban school districts in the New York metropolitan area. In W. Tate (Ed.), Research on schools, neighborhoods and communities: Toward civic responsibility (pp. 125-149). Lanham, MA: American Educational Research Association.

Still separate, still unequal, but not always so suburban: The changing nature if suburban school districts in the New York metropolitan area. / Wells, A.S.; Ready, D.; Duran, J.; Grzesikowsi, C.; Hill, Kathryn; Roda, A.; Warner, M; White, T.

Research on schools, neighborhoods and communities: Toward civic responsibility . ed. / W. Tate. Lanham, MA : American Educational Research Association, 2012. p. 125-149.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Wells, AS, Ready, D, Duran, J, Grzesikowsi, C, Hill, K, Roda, A, Warner, M & White, T 2012, Still separate, still unequal, but not always so suburban: The changing nature if suburban school districts in the New York metropolitan area. in W Tate (ed.), Research on schools, neighborhoods and communities: Toward civic responsibility . American Educational Research Association, Lanham, MA, pp. 125-149.
Wells AS, Ready D, Duran J, Grzesikowsi C, Hill K, Roda A et al. Still separate, still unequal, but not always so suburban: The changing nature if suburban school districts in the New York metropolitan area. In Tate W, editor, Research on schools, neighborhoods and communities: Toward civic responsibility . Lanham, MA: American Educational Research Association. 2012. p. 125-149
Wells, A.S. ; Ready, D. ; Duran, J. ; Grzesikowsi, C. ; Hill, Kathryn ; Roda, A. ; Warner, M ; White, T. / Still separate, still unequal, but not always so suburban: The changing nature if suburban school districts in the New York metropolitan area. Research on schools, neighborhoods and communities: Toward civic responsibility . editor / W. Tate. Lanham, MA : American Educational Research Association, 2012. pp. 125-149
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