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Rombalski, Abigail – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
This article draws from a two-year youth-informed, multi-site ethnographic study, in which interracial anti-racist youth activist groups (IAYAG) amplified their own pedagogical leadership in their schools. The demand for curricular relevance in urban schools is at an all-time high, and the work of youth organizers is in direct opposition to a…
Descriptors: Activism, Racial Bias, Urban Youth, Urban Schools
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Grinage, Justin – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
Singing and dancing for diversity examines a series of professional development workshops ostensibly centred on racial equity designed for secondary school teachers. Using the concept of neoliberal multiculturalism to critique the implementation of the workshops, this article illustrates how superficial multicultural curriculum distorts…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Faculty Development, Teacher Workshops, Racial Bias
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Osmond-Johnson, Pamela; Turner, Peter – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
Although there is much contention around the role of settlers in reconciliation [Maddison, S., Clark, T., & de Costa, R. (2016). "The limits of settler colonial reconciliation: Non-Indigenous peoples and the responsibility to engage." Singapore: Springer], the current under-representation of Indigenous peoples in Canada's K-12…
Descriptors: Principals, Ethics, Conflict Resolution, Administrator Characteristics
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De Lissovoy, Noah; Cook, Courtney B. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
Dialogue is a category that is central to politics, media, and education, and yet in all of these domains it can be confusing and ambiguous. Starting from a critical framework built on the work of educational philosopher Paulo Freire, we undertake an inquiry into the meaning of dialogical intersubjectivity and its political determinations, with a…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Political Attitudes, Violence, Educational Philosophy
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McPherson, Kisha – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
For decades, research summarizing educational outcomes has indicated significant disparities, which continue to impact the academic achievement and wellbeing of Black students in Ontario. These concerns are further amplified due to the lack of disaggregated educational data, making it difficult to outline and address disparities for specific…
Descriptors: African American Students, Females, Foreign Countries, Achievement Gap
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Zhao, Weili – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
Epistemicide happens when globalizing West-centric discourses and practices dominate non-Western societies, suppressing and killing the latter's cultural systems of knowledge production. Though scholars worldwide are starting to recognize this fact, China is still forcefully transplanting Western policies and practices in the name of "going…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Curriculum Development, Epistemology, Foreign Countries
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Cairns, Rebecca – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
History curriculum in Australia has moved beyond its traditional British imperial roots and currently takes a world history approach. Postmodern and postcolonial approaches have challenged the dominant Western metanarrative projected on and by curriculum and the inclusion of Asia-related histories has contributed to the diversification of the…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Secondary School Students
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Switzer, Sarah – Curriculum Inquiry, 2020
Common typologies frame youth participation as something that exists at different hierarchical, or linear, levels or stages. In these models, non-participation is positioned as something negative or not addressed at all. Scholars have critiqued these typologies for ignoring contextual specificities and complexities, nuances, and power dynamics…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Prevention, Health Behavior
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Boveda, Mildred; Reyes, Ganiva; Aronson, Brittany – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
As three teacher educators with familial ties to the Global South, but academically trained within the Global North, we adopt a de/colonial, intersectional feminist lens to analyze the "general education curriculum" in the United States. We use testimonios, each told in first-person, as entry points where we situate the entanglement of…
Descriptors: Females, Minority Group Students, Students with Disabilities, Special Education
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Bacon, Jessica K.; Lalvani, Priya – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
Dominant stories, as upheld through K-12 curricula, are influential in reproducing systems of power and privilege in schools and society. In this article, we suggest that stories of people with disabilities are either missing in K-12 curricula, or told in ways that are highly ableist. We use discourse theory as a frame for considering the role of…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Course Content, Social Bias, Disabilities
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Snyder, Sarah N.; Pitt, Kendra-Ann; Shanouda, Fady; Voronka, Jijian; Reid, Jenna; Landry, Danielle – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
Medical discourse currently dominates as the defining framework for madness in educational praxis. Consequently, ideas rooted in a mental health/illness binary abound in higher learning, as both curriculum content and through institutional procedures that reinforce structures of normalcy. While madness, then, is included in university spaces, this…
Descriptors: Mental Disorders, Higher Education, College Curriculum, Praxis
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Krueger-Henney, Patricia – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
This article responds to the deadly consequences of the ongoing anti-Black racist and ableist educational settings in the United States, including the continuous historical trauma they create in the lives of targeted youth (dis/abled, Black, non-white, gender-variant, poor, immigrant). By way of sampling individual body maps of a New York…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Disabilities, Social Bias, Trauma
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Hillary, Alyssa – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
When we consider disability and the curriculum, we usually mean preparing professionals to work with people with disabilities or including students with disabilities. Here, I provide a personal description of these ideas colliding. It's Fall 2017, and I'm taking a course on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). That means it's about…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Curriculum, Students with Disabilities, Augmentative and Alternative Communication
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Naraian, Srikala – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
As the effects of high-stakes accountability mandates increasingly impact curricular enactments in schools, careful investigations of the "how" of inclusion may allow the disclosure of its complexity to stretch the ways in which it is currently theorized. Drawing on my prior research, I have extracted three canonical elements of…
Descriptors: Accountability, Inclusion, Social Justice, Change Agents
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Annamma, Subini Ancy; Handy, Tamara – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
Classroom and behaviour management are often touted as ways to build relationships in the classroom. Yet conceptions of classroom and behaviour management often focus on controlling or eradicating student behaviour; these carceral logics limit the ways educators can build classroom relationships focused on love and respect. Moreover, classroom and…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Disabilities, Race, Student Behavior
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