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Embedding Language Support in Developmental Mathematics Lessons
Three community college faculty members used improvement science techniques to design, develop, and refine contextualized developmental mathematics lessons, where language and literacy pedagogy andExpand
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On Anna’s Terms: Supporting a Student’s Gender Transition in Elementary School
This case study details how one leader worked to support a fifth-grade student’s gender transition midway through a school year. Despite a conservative political environment, push-back from familiesExpand
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Equity Leadership Informed by Community Cultural Wealth: Counterstories of Latinx School Administrators
Purpose: The purpose of this article is (a) to analyze how Latinx school administrators draw on their Community Cultural Wealth to inform their leadership for educational equity and (b) to examineExpand
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A Regional Network of Superintendents Confronting Equity
Research into equity leadership has been a growing focus within educational leadership. Few studies explore the role of the superintendent in equity work. Drawing from interview data and observationExpand
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Relevance through openness? Making scholarly knowledge count to grassroots community-based advocacy groups
This paper considers the implications of the open access movement on the much debated and theorized gap between research and policy.  Most knowledge utilization researchers have failed to reconfigureExpand
A Latina mother on TV: challenges of intragroup advocacy for equity in a Latinx community
Abstract This article analyzes a ‘critical race moment’ in an ethnographic study to examine intragroup advocacy in a diverse Latinx community. In this moment, a Spanish-language TV newscast used anExpand
When Hate Comes to Campus: Campus Readiness for Conflict, Safety, and Student Voice
A state voter proposition concerning gun regulation motivated a local far-right political group to organize a pro-gun rally on campus. Overriding the safety and security concerns of faculty andExpand
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“I Didn’t Wanna Believe It was a Race Issue”: Student Teaching Experiences of Preservice Teachers of Color
Teacher education scholars are increasingly calling for critical theories to unearth how diverse histories are silenced in teacher education. Employing critical theories to study student teachingExpand
Open Access to Heritage Language Educational Resources
A review of two websites that remain the principal online sources for knowledge about heritage language scholarship: the website of the Alliance for the Advancement of the Heritages languages (www.international.org/heritage) and the National Heritage Language Resource Center ( www.ucla.edu/languages/nhlrc). Expand