Black Catholic schools in inner-city Chicago: Forging a path to the future
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Book Description: In this watershed volume, Youniss and Convey call for an immediate reexamination of Catholic schools -- one focused closely on the problems endemic to the schools themselves instead of how they have impacted political issues, such as vouchers and school choice. This seminal volume will interest educators and anyone concerned with the development and well-being of parochial schools.
Nelson, M. S. (2000). Black Catholic schools in inner-city Chicago: Forging a path to the future. In J. Youniss & J. J. Convey (Eds.), Catholic schools at the crossroads: Survival and transformation. New York: Teachers College Press.
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