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Jimenez, Rosa M. – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
Pedagogies employing critical traditions have increasingly been used to ameliorate achievement disparities and centralize issues of power in the education of Students of Color. In this study, I trace a teacher's journey--new to critical pedagogies--as she learned about community cultural wealth and incorporated family histories as…
Descriptors: Cultural Capital, Critical Theory, Grade 6, Immigrants
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Graham, Eliot J. – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
Conceptualizing educational inequality as equivalent to the "achievement gap" has fueled the expansion of no-excuses charters, which purport to raise test scores and thereby equalize opportunities for low-income students of color. In contrast, I argue that the individual provision of opportunity is inadequate to address the structural…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Charter Schools, Equal Education, Compliance (Psychology)
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Dee, Thomas S.; Murphy, Mark – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
For over a decade, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has formed partnerships allowing local police to enforce immigration law by identifying and arresting undocumented residents. Prior studies, using survey data with self-reported immigrant and citizenship status, provide mixed evidence on their demographic impact. This study presents new…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, Law Enforcement, Police, Enrollment
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Kavanagh, Sarah Schneider; Danielson, Katie A. – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
Arguments for social justice teacher education and arguments for practice-based teacher education are often seen as incongruous. Drawing on sociocultural theory and theories of justice, our study interrogates this underresearched assumption. We conducted video analyses of teacher education coursework and novice teachers' K-6 classroom instruction,…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Educators, Teaching Methods, Social Justice
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Sugrue, Erin P. – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
This article presents the quantitative portion of a mixed methods study of moral injury among professionals in K-12 public education. Using a cross-sectional correlational survey design, 218 licensed K-12 professionals from 68 schools in one urban school district in the Midwest completed an on-line survey that included measures of moral injury and…
Descriptors: Public School Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Urban Schools
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Dumont, Hanna; Ready, Douglas D. – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
This article explores how the associations between student achievement and achievement growth influence our understanding of the role schools play in academic inequality. Using nationally representative data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 2010-2011 (ECLS-K:2011), we constructed parallel growth and lagged score…
Descriptors: Equal Education, School Role, Correlation, Academic Achievement
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Freidus, Alexandra – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
This article examines the frameworks that stakeholders bring to debates about diversifying schools in gentrifying areas of New York City. Using critical ethnographic methods, I explore stakeholders' hopes and fears about the effects of shifting school demographics and the relationships between student demographics and school quality. I find that…
Descriptors: School Demography, Neighborhoods, Urban Areas, Community Change
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Pearman, Francis A., II – American Educational Research Journal, 2020
This study drew data from a randomized trial of a statewide prekindergarten program in Tennessee and presents new evidence on the impacts of preK on third-grade achievement using administrative data on children's neighborhood environments. Results indicate that preK had no measurable impact on children's third-grade math achievement regardless of…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Program Effectiveness, Poverty, Neighborhoods
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Osborne, Jonathan F.; Borko, Hilda; Fishman, Evan; Gomez Zaccarelli, Florencia; Berson, Eric; Busch, K. C.; Reigh, Emily; Tseng, Anita – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
This article reports an investigation of a professional development program to enhance elementary teachers' ability to engage their students in argument from evidence in science. Using a quasi-experimental approach, three versions were compared: Version A--a 1-week summer institute with a 2-week summer practicum experience and 8 follow-up days…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Persuasive Discourse, Elementary School Teachers, Learner Engagement
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Le, Vi-Nhuan; Schaack, Diana; Neishi, Kristen; Hernandez, Marc W.; Blank, Rolf – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
Policymakers have advocated academic skills building at kindergarten as a way of improving student achievement. However, early childhood educators have concerns with this policy as gains in achievement may come at the expense of children's social-emotional skills. Using a nationally representative data set of kindergartners, we find that advanced…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Academic Achievement, Early Childhood Teachers, Achievement Gains
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Roth, Kathleen J.; Wilson, Christopher D.; Taylor, Joseph A.; Stuhlsatz, Molly A. M.; Hvidsten, Connie – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
This study tests the influence of a video-based, analysis-of-practice professional development (PD) program on upper-elementary teachers' science content knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge, and teaching practice and on their students' achievement. Using a cluster-randomized experimental design, the study compares the outcomes for teachers in…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Faculty Development, Science Instruction, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Mensah, Felicia Moore – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
This longitudinal case study utilizes critical race theory methodology to chronicle the journey of an African American female in science teacher education. The study looks at her educational history first as a young child and then how she navigates a contested, racialized predominantly White teacher education program, grows and develops in science…
Descriptors: Race, Critical Theory, Elementary School Teachers, Science Teachers
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Cordes, Sarah A.; Schwartz, Amy Ellen; Stiefel, Leanna – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
Residential mobility is likely to have consequences for student performance, but prior empirical work is largely correlational and offers little insight into its impacts. Using rich, longitudinal data, we estimate the effects of residential mobility on the performance of New York City public school students. Using both student fixed effects and…
Descriptors: Place of Residence, Student Mobility, Academic Achievement, Performance Factors
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Tan, Paulo; Thorius, Kathleen King – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
This case study documents a professional learning community (PLC) comprised of urban elementary educators working toward equitable education for students with dis/abilities. We employ an equity-expansive learning frame to evoke and then examine tensions and contradictions that emerged during the PLC and mediated learning as evidenced by…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Mathematics Education, Communities of Practice, Urban Schools
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Bristol, Travis J.; Shirrell, Matthew – American Educational Research Journal, 2019
Despite the benefits of educators of color to various outcomes for students of color, large-scale research has not explored these educators' on-the-job interactions with colleagues outside of large urban districts. Using social network analysis, this study examined the work-related social interactions of staff (teachers and administrators) of…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Minority Group Teachers, School Districts, Urban Schools
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