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Tenets of QuantCrit

  title={Tenets of QuantCrit},
  author={Ben Van Dusen and Jayson M. Nissen},
Quantitative Critical (QuantCrit) research is a relatively new field of study grounded in critical theory (Crenshaw, 1990; Ladson-Billings, 2006; 2013). The nascency of QuantCrit has led multiple scholars to propose various related tenets (e.g., Gillborn et al., 2018; Stage, 2007; Covarrubias et al., 2018; López et al., 2018). In this paper, we offer a synthesis of several tenets of QuantCrit we have applied to our research, their applications to education research in general, and citations for… 


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