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Dwyer, Eric – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
Historical events in Arizona, including very recent ones, are eerily similar to those of Rwanda. In this article, stories of Arizona's political history are relayed while recalling those leading to Rwanda's genocide. The stories include references to key roles education policy has played in the oppression of students labeled Tutsi and students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Immigrants, Death, Cognitive Mapping
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Ares, Nancy; Evans, Dawn M.; Harnischfeger, Alice M. – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
We investigate 10th-grade Latinx and African American high school students' engagement in a reform-oriented curriculum designed to foster their critical social analysis of urban schooling. Students' designs of "ideal schools" based on their studies of their neighborhoods largely reproduced existing inequitable structures and practices of…
Descriptors: African American Students, High School Students, Hispanic American Students, Grade 10
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Guyotte, Kelly W. – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
Maxine Greene centered the arts as important sites for cultivating a more relational and ethical means of educating students. Advocating for an aesthetic pedagogy, Greene conceived of aesthetics as a philosophy that studies artistic making, perception, and affect as a means of understanding experiences, and the meaning of those experiences as…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Imagination, Aesthetic Education, Art Education
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Borrero, Noah; Ziauddin, Asra; Ahn, Alexandra – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
This paper presents the voices of thirteen pre- and in-service teachers to showcase their perspectives of culturally relevant pedagogy as a teaching framework. Positionality, critical consciousness, and cultural assets are used as foundations to explore social justice pedagogy. These new teachers discuss the challenges they face in making the…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Culturally Relevant Education, Ethnicity, Social Justice
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Murrow, Sonia; McCarthy, Mary Rose – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
This case study situates the evolution of Teachers College as a negotiation between two strands of Progressive Era social reform--one that emphasized direct service and one that emphasized the development of education as a profession. While in the early years of Teachers College efforts at professionalizing education were privileged, the…
Descriptors: Schools of Education, Educational History, Educational Change, Progressive Education
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O'Meara, Casey – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
This instrumental case study describes students' experiences in an academic cluster gateway course through social justice service-learning as civic learning pedagogy. The case under study recognized institutional factors supporting participatory off-campus community learning, and social justice service-learning as a type of civic learning pedagogy.
Descriptors: Student Experience, Social Justice, Service Learning, Citizenship Education
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Donovan, Martha K.; Lakes, Richard D. – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
Public education reformers have created a widespread expectation of school choice among school consumers. School leaders adopt rigorous academic programs, like the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) and Career Programme (CP), to improve their market position in the competitive landscape. While ample research has investigated…
Descriptors: High School Students, Advanced Placement Programs, Marketing, School Choice
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Funk, Steven; Funk, Jaydi – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
Much media attention has recently focused on gender expansive students in schools. Whether arguing over bathroom rights or wardrobe freedoms, many educators feel caught in a crossfire between protecting their students and maintaining the status quo of an extremely binary educational system. After reviewing the history of the pathologization of…
Descriptors: Gender Issues, Case Studies, Experience, Workshops
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Pickup, Austin; Kuntz, Aaron M. – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
This article extends the discussion of critical methodologies in education, arguing that critical work must exhibit both an explicit orientation toward truth and social justice and an engagement with how theoretical considerations of the good connect to material practices. More specifically, we center Colin Koopman's notion of genealogical…
Descriptors: Ethics, Social Justice, Critical Theory, Inquiry
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Roof, David J.; Polush, Elena; Boltz, Philip – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
The intent of this paper is to examine the interplay of ethics and critical inquiry. We situate our thinking within a truth-telling philosophical position, specifically Foucault's analysis of parrhesia (truth telling) and associated concerns. Central to our writing is a belief in educational research contributing to social good and positive…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Ethics, Inquiry, Rhetoric
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Gildersleeve, Ryan Evely – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
This article seeks to trace the cartography of truth-telling through a posthuamanist predicament of ritual culture in higher education and critical inquiry. Ritual culture in higher education such as graduation ceremony produces and reflects the realities of becoming subjects. These spaces are proliferating grounds for truth telling and practical…
Descriptors: Ethics, Hispanic Americans, Higher Education, College Graduates
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Schoorman, Dilys – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
Critical multicultural educators' concerns about the oppressive and/or emancipatory potentialities of curriculum extend to the preparation of educational researchers. By framing one's scholarly life as curriculum, this personal phronesis of the author's scholarly journey as a multicultural teacher and researcher, highlights the implications for…
Descriptors: Educational Researchers, Experimenter Characteristics, Role Perception, Multicultural Education
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Garvey, Jason C.; Hart, Jeni; Hoffman, Garrett D.; Iverson, Susan V.; Metcalfe, Amy Scott; Mitchell, Tania D.; Pryor, Jonathan T.; Seher, Christin L. – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
Critical scholarship in the social sciences usually focuses on the social sphere outside of the academy. However, for higher education researchers, critical research is often undertaken within and for the academy, which in turn may endanger one's career if the dominant power structures are threatened. How might we enact and perform critical…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Praxis, Scholarship, Higher Education
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Shirley, Valerie J. – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
As Indigenous communities envision their future, it is without question that the Indigenous youth play a significant role in sustaining their Indigenous lifeways and communities. They will no doubt be faced with the responsibility to navigate socio-cultural, environmental, political and economic issues while simultaneously preserving their…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Populations, Social Justice, Risk
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Smith, William L. – Critical Questions in Education, 2017
I draw on methodological findings from a case study on how high school students of color make sense of dominant narratives of race and politics in the Obama American Era. Incorporating literature from critical race theory, visual research methods, and the writings of cultural scholar Stuart Hall, I draw conclusions from this inquiry project as a…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Racial Factors, Political Issues, Presidents
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