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Perez Huber, Lindsay – Educational Foundations, 2010
One of the most powerful elements of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in Education is that it provides critical researchers with a lens not offered by many other theoretical frameworks--that is, the ability to examine how multiple forms of oppression can intersect within the lives of People of Color and how those intersections manifest in researchers'…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Educational Experience, Racial Bias
Gottesman, Isaac – Educational Foundations, 2009
Ellen Condliffe Lagemann's (2000) "An Elusive Science" provides the most comprehensive history of education as a field of academic study. As such it is important for those in the education community to read and reflect upon the text in order to take stock of the field. Foundations scholars who read Lagemann's work may be struck by a stark irony,…
Descriptors: Educational History, Intellectual Disciplines, Foundations of Education, Educational Research
Sevier, Brian R. – Educational Foundations, 2009
In this article, the author posits a dual argument. First, he contends that the post-WWII discourse of national unity pushed intolerance to the forefront of the domestic agenda linking its elimination with social cohesion while simultaneously advancing assimilationist and meritocratic beliefs about "the" American experience. Here, he…
Descriptors: Group Unity, Nationalism, Political Attitudes, Social Bias
Brandon, LaVada; Baszile, Denise Marie Taliaferro; Berry, Theodora Regina – Educational Foundations, 2009
Many diversity courses that prepare pre-service teachers do not address the significance or the impact of language barriers on linguistically diverse learners. Often time, new and veteran teachers construct their bilingual and/or bidialectical students as others and are unaware of how to use their students' social, cultural, and political…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Educators, English (Second Language), Teacher Attitudes
McAndrews, Larry – Educational Foundations, 2009
In 1982 civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson criticized President Ronald Reagan's attacks on busing to coerce school desegregation for targeting "not the bus, but us." Two decades later, the United States Supreme Court ended the thirty-two-year-old Charlotte, North Carolina, plan which had launched the era of court-ordered busing…
Descriptors: Busing, Public Schools, Civil Rights, School Desegregation
Webb, P. Taylor; Briscoe, Felecia M.; Mussman, Mark P. – Educational Foundations, 2009
In this article, we critically analyze how neoliberalism, as a political-economic discourse, uses surveillance to produce a stratified student body for economic roles. Panoptic technologies regulate schools and teachers by perpetuating an "ethics of competition" that promote a market mentality of "educational choice" while…
Descriptors: Political Attitudes, Economic Development, Educational Legislation, Federal Legislation
Roseboro, Donyell L.; Ross, Sabrina N. – Educational Foundations, 2009
This article builds upon earlier work exploring the implications of care theory for Black women educators by exploring the issue of colorblindness more broadly, as it relates to libratory education. Using the work of Freire (1970, 1998a, 1998b) and Noddings (1992a, 1995, 2001, 2005b), the authors revisit the relationship between libratory…
Descriptors: Females, Ethics, Hermeneutics, African American Teachers
Austin, Theresa – Educational Foundations, 2009
According to the national study conducted by Cochran-Smith & Fries (2005), the majority of teacher candidates in the U.S. are White middle-class women. While those from the U.S. who become TESOL teachers are also primarily White middle-class women, given the global demand for English, there is also a sizable number of TESOL teachers from…
Descriptors: Feminism, Race, Teacher Education Programs, Females
Esposito, Jennifer – Educational Foundations, 2009
Heteronormativity creates heterosexuality as the quintessential ideal of sexuality, as the most natural state of being. This normalization, in turn, marginalizes homosexuality so that it becomes viewed as unnatural and immoral. Berlant and Warner (1998) go on to argue that one way heteronormative forms of intimacy get reinscribed is through love…
Descriptors: Picture Books, Sexual Orientation, Homosexuality, Females
Reyes, Cynthia C. – Educational Foundations, 2008
In this article, the author examines her racial identity and its impact on her interpretation of the schooling experiences of a 10th grade Latina in an ethnographic case study. Prior to this study, the author had been working in a university-based family literacy program where she met Zulmy's mother, Manuela. Due to her experience as a middle…
Descriptors: Bilingual Teachers, Filipino Americans, Immigrants, Ethnography
Petersen, Jan L. – Educational Foundations, 2008
In the fall of 2005 and as a second year doctoral student in an educational leadership program, the author was given the opportunity to participate in oral history research with three other White women, including one professor and two doctoral students. The oral history involved interviewing approximately twenty prior students of Frederick…
Descriptors: Oral History, Researchers, Whites, Interviews
Choi, Jung-ah – Educational Foundations, 2008
Critical educators, particularly Critical Race pedagogues, critique colorblind ideology as tantamount to racism because it serves to maintain racial inequality. King (1991), for example, refers to colorblindness as "dysconscious racism" since colorblind ideology sustains and justifies the culture of power. As an attempt to unpack the colorblind…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Race, Ideology, Teaching Experience
Hughes, Sherick A. – Educational Foundations, 2008
The author's former College of Education encouraged faculty to implement pedagogy that responded fully to the needs of citizens in diverse situations, including the urban, metropolitan community they served. Such a vision requires, by default, a sincere effort to change or "reform" schools. Research endeavors involving the social and historical…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Urban Schools, School Restructuring, Social Class
Patterson, Jean A.; Gordon, Jenny; Price, Paula Groves – Educational Foundations, 2008
The authors use Noddings (1984; 1992; 1999) and Beauboeuf-Lafontant's (2002) theories of caring in education to look at how race (conceptualized to include Whiteness) affected the implementation of the A+ Schools Program, an arts-based reform designed to augment student achievement and appreciation for the arts. They examine the implementation of…
Descriptors: Race, Racial Identification, Context Effect, Educational Change
Carter, Dorinda J. – Educational Foundations, 2008
In the field of education, much of the research on Black student achievement focuses on cultural and/or structural explanations for the academic outcomes of these adolescents. A vast amount of the research on Black student achievement perpetuates a continuous discussion of Black underachievement. Race continues to remain central across discussions…
Descriptors: African American Students, African American Children, African American Community, Race
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