In the wake of both the end of court-ordered school desegregation and the growing popularity of accountability as a mechanism to maximize student achievement, the authors explore the association between racial segregation and the percentage of students passing high-stakes tests in Florida's schools.
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- Borman, Kathryn M. (Author)
- Eitle, Tamela (Author)
- Michael, Deanna L., 1961- (Author)
- Eitle, David J. (Author)
- Lee, Reginald (Author)
- Johnson, Larry (Author)
- Cobb-Roberts, Deirdre (Author)
- Dorn, Sherman (Author)
- Shircliffe, Barbara J. (Author)
- Arizona State University. College of Education (Contributor)
- Test bias
- Educational tests and measurements
- Discrimination in education
- Education and state
- African Americans -- Education
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Kathryn M. Borman, Tamela Eitle, Deanna Michael, David J. Eitle, Reginald Lee, Larry Johnson, Deirdre Cobb-Roberts, Sherman Dorn, and Barbara Shircliffe. "Accountability in a Postdesegregation Era: The Continuing Significance of Racial Segregation" American Educational Research Journal (2004): 605-631.