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Breahannah Hilaire; Laurie O. Campbell; Glenn W. Lambie; Jamie Stickl Haugen; Caitlin Frawley – Educational Forum, 2024
Shared trauma can contribute to anxiety, fear, sadness, and lack of engagement among learners leading to poor school attendance and diminished positive relationships. Therefore, it is incumbent on schools to design a supportive learning environment during experiences of shared trauma. The descriptive study presented illustrates a supportive…
Descriptors: Trauma, Trauma Informed Approach, Intervention, Attendance
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Melanie A. Sonsteng-Person; Natalie Fensterstock; Miranda Higham; Jessica Kidd – Educational Forum, 2024
Racism, violence exposure, trauma, and education are inextricably linked, impacting adolescents' current and future well-being. Although trauma-­informed care models are being adopted in schools, research is unclear about what individual and institutional factors influence teachers' responses to students exposed to violence-related trauma.…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Trauma Informed Approach, Trauma
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Rebecca L. Hite; Levi Johnson; Jessica Gottlieb; Jon McNaughtan; Richard Carlos L. Velasco – Educational Forum, 2024
Professional development in policy for K-12 teachers is relatively rare despite the indelible role that teachers play in policy implementation. This study describes the experiences of five teachers who completed the 10-month Texas Education Policy Fellowship Program. Results showed that the experienced classroom teachers garnered the most policy…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Educational Policy, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Joseph A. Hogan – Educational Forum, 2024
This article examines the unique situation of New Jersey Public Schools being ranked the best in the nation while simultaneously being ranked the worst in the nation for inclusion of students with disabilities. An examination of the legal and theoretical underpinnings of inclusion is presented, followed by a review of current research in general…
Descriptors: Public Schools, School Effectiveness, Educational Quality, Reputation
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Rachel S. White; Johnathon Jerman; Heidi Fischer; Andrew Whitfield; Michael Lovegrove; Aaron McDonald; Alexis Patrick-Rodriguez – Educational Forum, 2024
Drawing on longitudinal data of state K--12 education policymaker demographics, we examine education policymaking body diversity over time, and across states and institutional structures. Though dominated by white businessmen, females and professional educators increased their presence at the education policymaking table. There was little movement…
Descriptors: State Policy, Educational Policy, Policy Formation, Diversity
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LaTanya L. Dixon; Suzanne M. Dugger; Hsien-Yuan Hsu – Educational Forum, 2024
This study employed design-based logistic regression to examine the extent to which attending a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) magnet high school, school demographics, and student-level factors explain a student's intent to declare a STEM major in the first semester of college. The results show only student-level factors…
Descriptors: Magnet Schools, High School Students, Intention, Majors (Students)
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Debra A. Giambo; Tunde Szecsi; Hasan Aydin – Educational Forum, 2024
This qualitative phenomenological study explores teachers' and bilingual adolescents' views about heritage language (HL) maintenance and bilingualism. Interviews with twelve teachers and twelve students revealed limited value for bilingualism. English dominance overshadowed the importance of bilingualism and HL maintenance. Findings reveal the…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Native Language, Language Maintenance, English (Second Language)
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Peter D. Wiens; Jori S. Beck; KaaVonia Hinton; Abigail Moyal – Educational Forum, 2024
The complexity of contemporary schools necessitates principals supporting teachers to become teacher leaders while also supporting their instructional practices. Drawing on data from the 2018 Teaching and Learning International Survey, principal and teacher surveys examined how principal instructional support and a climate of shared leadership are…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Teacher Attitudes, Job Satisfaction, Administrator Surveys
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Huu Loc Nguyen; Ahmed Bawa Kuyini – Educational Forum, 2024
This paper explores social inclusion approaches implemented by ten secondary schools in Victoria, Australia, to support refugee students' well-being, as articulated in their policies, reports, and other published documents. Using an exploratory, qualitative research design, we found that all schools employed a holistic approach to implementing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inclusion, Social Integration, Refugees
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Camilla J. Bell; Martín Alberto Gonzalez; Terrance Burgess – Educational Forum, 2024
This article highlights the intersections of Mattering, Dialogue, and Love--three seemingly distinct concepts, within schooling and research. Using sister circles, book presentations, and a critical ethnography, we underscore how a critical examination of one's lived experiences can serve as a platform for anti-racist and social justice work. In…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Caring, Intersectionality, Experience
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Autumn K. Wilke – Educational Forum, 2024
Expectations of smartness are woven into the foundation of postsecondary education (e.g. admissions, grading). This content analysis examines current postsecondary dis/ability literature through the theoretical frame of DisCrit to identify how concepts of smartness are treated within the field. The findings call for greater interrogation of the…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Postsecondary Education, Learning Disabilities, Attitudes toward Disabilities
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Brandon M. Butler; Stephen R. Burgin – Educational Forum, 2024
Co-teaching and an interdisciplinary curriculum are increasingly present in public education, yet teacher candidates often lack appropriate models in teacher preparation coursework. In this article, we used self-study research methods to explore our development and enactment of a co-taught, interdisciplinary instructional unit that spanned two…
Descriptors: Teacher Collaboration, Team Teaching, Interdisciplinary Approach, Integrated Curriculum
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Adrian D. Martin – Educational Forum, 2024
The purpose of this inquiry was to explore teacher educator identity as a relational ontology. The study is conceptually grounded in new materialism and employed self-study methodology to analyze the ways teacher educator identity was produced and enacted in relation to materiality. Findings suggest the entanglement with the internet and digital…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Professional Identity, Teacher Education, Urban Education
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Ellen Larsen; Melissa Fanshawe; Yvonne Salton – Educational Forum, 2024
This paper explores the experiences of educators in Australia with doctoral qualifications and how they perceive their knowledge and research skills to be valued and leveraged as legitimate funds of knowledge in school environments. Findings from an online survey and four semi-structured interviews provoke further consideration of how teachers'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Doctoral Degrees, Knowledge Level, Professional Recognition
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David K. Cohen; Simona Goldin – Educational Forum, 2024
We discuss one of the oldest ambitions in U.S. education: that teachers should treat children as active learners, teaching should be intellectually engaging, teachers should respect students' thinking, and schools should cultivate thoughtful work. These ideas originated when Horace Mann and his allies campaigned for them. We revisit them and take…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Public School Teachers, Elementary Secondary Education, Instructional Improvement
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