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Rebecca Campbell-Montalvo; Hannah Cooke; Chrystal A. S. Smith; Michelle Hughes Miller; Ellen Puccia; John Skvoretz; Hesborn Wao – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2024
The STEM climate is overall less welcoming for queer students, and is especially harrowing for transgender, nonbinary, and students with additional gender non-conforming identities (TNBGNC+). Professional STEM societies provide students with a range of resources that help them persist in STEM, though qualitative research shows that such societies…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Undergraduate Students, LGBTQ People, Sexual Identity
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Mario I. Suárez – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2024
The increase in youth's self-identification as trans in the United States and Canada has created new urgency in schools to meet the needs of these students, yet education survey researchers have yet to find ways to assess their educational outcomes based on sex and gender. In this critical systematic review, I provide an overview of surveys from…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Sexual Identity, Identification (Psychology), LGBTQ People
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Olivia Copeland; Cindy Ann Kilgo – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2024
Several disciplines have developed quantitative measures for systemic oppression against queer and trans people, including psychology, criminal justice, and gender and sexuality studies. These instruments can have wide-ranging influence on other fields, including higher education research. To explore how these studies operationalize queer and…
Descriptors: Social Bias, LGBTQ People, Educational Research, Surveys
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Kamden K. Strunk – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2024
Quantitative methods have a long historical entanglement with oppressive ideologies, including eugenics, white supremacism, and anti-LGBTQ+ ideology. Increasingly, scholars have made attempts at rectifying quantitative methods by bringing them into conversation with critical theoretical frameworks. One such example is QuantCrit, which attempts to…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, Research Methodology, Ideology, Critical Race Theory
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Amanda Davis Simpfenderfer; Romeo Jackson; Danielle Aguilar; C. V. Dolan; Jason C. Garvey – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2024
This paper aims to unsettle assumptions of generalizability and representativeness in quantitative research using queer framings and positionalities. We argue that generalizability and representativeness are tools of supremacist dominance that reinforce harmful and essentialist categories of identities for the false purpose of statistical…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Statistical Analysis, Generalizability Theory, Research Methodology
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Bryan J. Duarte – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2024
Critical quantitative methods provide opportunities for Queer Theory to challenge, re-define, and re-claim the historically privileged research tradition. In this paper, I begin by summarizing the various binaries that oppress research and individuality. I then engage with Queer Theory and my own intersectional positionality to propose a nonbinary…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, Research Methodology, Social Justice, Homosexuality
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Jason C. Garvey – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2024
In this article, I examine campus climate studies through radical incrementalism and queer pragmatism. As a statistician and institutional researcher, I embrace data-informed decisions to promote resource reallocation and policy formation. Yet, as a queer person, I have misgivings about incrementalism as a dominant strategy that aligns queerness…
Descriptors: College Environment, Homosexuality, LGBTQ People, Educational Research
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Smith, Victoria Davis; Magill, Kevin Russel; Bauml, Michelle; Blevins, Brooke; LeCompte, Karon – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
In this study, we aimed to understand the role of place in how young people come to understand civic life. We implemented and studied an action civics curriculum at two sites to explore the connections between place and youth civic identity. We found that (1) place informs students' conceptualizations of community responsibility and collective…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Civics, Place Based Education, Curriculum Implementation
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Malone, Larissa; Seeberg, Vilma; Yu, Xiaoqi – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
Building upon literature that has shown that Black students hold definitive beliefs about their teachers' expectations and knowing these notions have impact on Black student achievement, we explore the experiences within a school district where diversity and inclusion efforts have been ongoing. The participants of this study were high-achieving…
Descriptors: Teacher Expectations of Students, African American Students, African American Family, Suburban Schools
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Ginja, Tamirat Gibon; Chen, Xiaoduan – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
Although there is an increasing number of middle schools establishing English immersion programs, teachers are not well-understood immersion and its application, as educators would hope them to do. Inadequate attention is paid to how teachers teach, how in-service training influences their understanding, and their practice of teaching. There is a…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction, Immersion Programs
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Espinoza, Katherine; Garfield, Theresa – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
In this paper, we explore personal "testimonios" from a Latina's first year in a tenure-track position. We share testimonios and personal narratives based on mentorship and a friendship that was cultivated between a tenured white female professor who helped the Latina professor learn to navigate the landscape of a working at a Hispanic…
Descriptors: Latin Americans, Tenure, College Faculty, Personal Narratives
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van de Rozenberg, Tessa M.; Groeneveld, Marleen G.; van Veen, Daudi P.; van der Pol, Lotte D.; Mesman, Judi – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
In this study, we examined gender and sexuality representation in language and math textbooks for Dutch secondary education. We analyzed all male and female characters in 13 language textbooks (N = 7,347) and 12 math textbooks (N = 4,591). Our results confirmed our expectations based on the theory of the hidden curriculum: female characters were…
Descriptors: Gender Bias, Sexual Orientation, Textbook Evaluation, Foreign Countries
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Kealoha, Michiko – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
Throughout history, people have united to demand change and accountability in the face of injustice. Although freedom of speech and assembly rights have been essential in uplifting and empowering marginalized communities throughout history, it is important to name the existence of speech that seeks to expand rights and speech which aims to…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Workers, Minority Groups, Racism, COVID-19
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El Sabbagh, Jinan; Schwarz, Corinne – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
The P-16 classroom, already a space of potential conflicts and contradictions, gained new levels of complexity with the overlapping crises of 2020 onward: the COVID-19 pandemic; police brutality and corresponding "summer of abolition;" book and mask bans; and anti-critical race theory and anti-social emotional learning legislation. In…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Social Justice, Group Unity
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Bivens, Briana M. – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2023
In this article, I position federal policy as a shaper of familial life capable of capacitating new forms of relationality. I review three key child and family provisions in the "Build Back Better" social policy package proposed by the Biden administration: the expanded child tax credit, universal pre-K, and the expansion of federal…
Descriptors: Federal Government, Public Policy, Tax Credits, Access to Education
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