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Levitan, Joseph A. S. – Teachers College Record, 2018
Background/Context: Working towards social justice in education requires students' voices to be heard and understood (Mansfield, 2014). This is especially the case for students from marginalized populations. Prior research has shown the value and importance of students' voices for school retention, academic success, school inclusivity, and student…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students, Indigenous Populations, Student Attitudes
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Giner, Elisenda; Ruiz, Laura; Serrano, Mª Ángeles; Valls, Rosa – Teachers College Record, 2016
Background/Context: Women's sexuality, and the ways they experience it, has been a major topic in feminist theories and movements throughout history. For the more than 20,000 working-class women who participated in the Free Women movement in Spain (the libertarian women's movement, which started in 1936), women's sexuality was also a key topic in…
Descriptors: Females, Sexuality, Sex Education, Educational History
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Asher, Nina – Teachers College Record, 2005
This article argues for a decolonizing multicultural education pedagogy, which engages the interstices in-between, hybrid spaces that emerge at the intersections of different cultures, histories, and locations. It also examines how those who work for social transformation are implicated in the very systems and structures they are attempting to…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Race, Social Change, Racial Differences
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Knight-Diop, Michelle; Oesterreich, Heather A. – Teachers College Record, 2009
Background/Context: Teaching, leading, and learning are inextricably connected to emotions. Yet, the significance of emotions is rarely addressed in educational settings, and when it is, the relationship between emotions and curricula is most often framed by of an overly individualistic behavior model that focuses on the management and regulation…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Focus Groups, Teacher Role, Interviews
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Maloney, Karen E. – Teachers College Record, 1998
Analyzes Charlotte Perkins Gilman's views on education as social nourishment, social parentage, and social motherhood, examining the strengths and limitations of the conceptions as metaphorical statements about education and discussing the incisive feminist insights her theory contains, the radical ramifications for the role of women in society,…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Elementary Secondary Education, Females, Feminism