In this article, Carter provides evidence of the coexistence of “dominant” and “non-dominant” forms of capital within the social and academic lives of poor ethnic minority students.
This study of the Coalition Campus Schools Project in NYC documents a unique “birthing” process for new, small schools created as part of a network of reform-oriented schools.
Linda Darling-Hammond provides an overview of design features found in successful small schools.
An article by Prudence Carter in "Sociological Studies of Children and Youth."
Hazel Markus et al. propose an alternative model of inclusion, which acknowledges differences attached to group identity while creating a setting that is accepting of differences as non-limiting.