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Discrimination, Prejudice, Racism, and Stereotyping

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Caitlin Dobson

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Transcript of Discrimination, Prejudice, Racism, and Stereotyping

Discrimination, Prejudice, Racism, and Stereotyping Presentation
Caitlin Dobson
Definition
Compare and Contrast
Lives of students in urban, mixed-race schools
How institutional racism is present in many urban schools
How racism, discrimination, and prejudice often exist in an urban high school

Agenda
Compare and Contrast
They all are happening all the time around us
People don't always realize it they are doing it
It happens all over the world
Compare and Contrast Continued
On average, urban schools have larger enrollments than suburban or rural schools at both the elementary and secondary levels—and they are more likely to serve low income students.
On average, students in urban schools have lower achievement scores than their counterparts in suburban schools.
Student behavior problems in the areas of absenteeism, classroom discipline, weapons possession, and student pregnancy are more common in urban schools.
Independent of location, students in high poverty schools are less likely to feel safe in school, or spend as much time on homework as those in low poverty schools.

Lives of students in urban, mixed-race schools
Discrimination is a behavior
Prejudice is a feeling
Stereotype is of a person based on the group they're associated with
Racism is when one person or group discriminates against a certain race.
Institutional racism is racism that is basically legal and is practiced and excepted throughout a society and culture
How institutional racism is present in many urban schools
Black students are suspended or expelled at triple the rate of their white peers, according to the U.S. Education Department’s 2011-2012 Civil Rights Data
Students with disabilities are twice as likely to be suspended out of school than peers, with 13 percent of such students being sent home for misbehaving.
How racism, discrimination, and prejudice often exist in an urban high school
Racism occurs in explicit forms such as name-calling, teasing, exclusion, verbal abuse and bullying. It is also commonly and indirectly presented through prejudiced attitudes, lack of recognition of cultural diversity and culturally biased practices.
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