FRESH Ayers: David Stovall - "21st-Century Jim Crow Schools" @ The Seminary Co-op Bookstores, Chicago [28 April]

FRESH Ayers: David Stovall - "21st-Century Jim Crow Schools"


2040
28
April
15:00 - 16:30

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The Seminary Co-op Bookstores
5751 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60637
David Stovall discusses «Twenty-First-Century Jim Crow Schools: The Impact of Charters and Vouchers on Public Education.» He will be joined in conversation by Bill Ayers.

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About the book: How charter schools have taken hold in three cities—and why parents, teachers, and community members are fighting back

This concise yet powerful volume examines the rise of charters in New Orleans, Chicago, and New York, exploring the specific conditions that spurred their proliferation. Raynard Sanders (New Orleans), David Stovall (Chicago), and Terrenda White (New York City) show how these schools—private institutions, usually established in poor or working-class African American and Latinx communities—promote competition instead of collaboration and are chiefly driven by financial interests. Sanders, Stovall, and White also reveal how charters position themselves as “public” to secure tax money but use their private status to hide data about enrollment and salaries. Furthermore, the authors document the lasting consequences of charter school expansion, including the displacement of experienced African American teachers; the rise of a rigid, militarized pedagogy; and community disruption.

About the author: David Stovall is Professor of Educational Policy Studies and African-American Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Stovall studies the influence of race in urban education, community development, and housing. His work investigates the significance of race in the quality of schools located in communities that are changing both racially and economically. From a practical and theoretical perspective, his research draws from Critical Race Theory, educational policy analysis, sociology, urban planning, political science, community organizing, and youth culture.

About Bill Ayers: Bill Ayers is a social justice activist, teacher, Distinguished Professor of Education (retired) at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and author of two memoirs, «Fugitive Days» and «Public Enemy.»
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