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Loh, Chi Ee; Sun, Baoqi; Leong, Chan-Hoong – Harvard Educational Review, 2022
In this article, Chin Ee Loh, Baoqi Sun, and Chan-Hoong Leong utilize a critical spatial perspective to examine how students from different socioeconomic statuses access reading resources at home, in school, and in the community. Using Geographic Information System (GIS) data, they evaluate the distribution of reading resources in Singapore by…
Descriptors: Socioeconomic Status, Geographic Location, Foreign Countries, Libraries
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Zhang, Liang – Harvard Educational Review, 2022
The Post-9/11 GI Bill represents significant public investment in and commitment to veterans who have served in the armed forces and those who will serve in the future. Recent studies have examined its effect on veterans' college participation. In this study, Liang Zhang uses data from four waves of the National Postsecondary Student Aid Study…
Descriptors: College Choice, Federal Legislation, Veterans, Armed Forces
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Reed, Holly E.; Aptekar, Sofya; Hsin, Amy – Harvard Educational Review, 2022
Contributing to the literature on the institutional experiences of undocumented youth, this article by Holly E. Reed, Sofya Aptekar, and Amy Hsin explores undocumented and "DACAmented" students' experiences managing their illegality on campus and how college staff and faculty manage that illegality while organizing programs and support.…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, College Students, Urban Schools, College Faculty
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Alkouatli, Claire – Harvard Educational Review, 2022
In this interpretive research study, Claire Alkouatli inquires into the pedagogical activities Sunni Muslim educators employ in sites of Islamic education that are often marginalized by stereotypes, misperceptions, and charges of anachronism and indoctrination. She invited thirty-five Muslim Canadian educators to share their perspectives on their…
Descriptors: Muslims, Islam, Religious Education, Spiritual Development
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Cormier, Christopher J. – Harvard Educational Review, 2022
In this research article, Christopher J. Cormier analyzes interviews he conducted with five Black male US special education teachers to understand how they experienced social ties in the workplace. The interviews reveal the raced and gendered dynamics that complicated the interviewees' relationships with their predominantly White and female…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Males, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Davin, Kristin J. – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
In this investigation, Kristin J. Davin analyzes current and former emergent bilingual learners' decisions to take or not take a language proficiency assessment in a home language to pursue a Seal of Biliteracy (SoBL). The SoBL is a policy adopted in forty states to counteract English-only ideologies by recognizing students who graduate high…
Descriptors: Language Tests, Decision Making, Bilingualism, Certification
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Yang, Miaoyan – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
In this article, Miaoyan Yang examines the identity struggles of a group of youth from China's majority ethnic Han group. As children of "in-Tibet cadres," these Han youth were deemed "privileged" in their educational opportunities as compared with both Han students from interior China and ethnic Tibetan minority students from…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethnic Groups, Advantaged, Student Mobility
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Nikolaidis, A. C.; Thompson, Winston C. – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
Rule violations are expected in schools, and assessments of the severity of those violations and the appropriate disciplinary responses are a significant aspect of educators' responsibilities. While most educators and policy makers reject rule violation as a permissible behavior in schools, is such a categorical rejection always a suitable…
Descriptors: Standards, Compliance (Psychology), Student Behavior, Discipline
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Harris, Jessica C.; Karunaratne, Nadeeka; Gutzwa, Justin A. – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
In this article, Jessica C. Harris, Nadeeka Karunaratne, and Justin A. Gutzwa examine the modalities Women of Color student survivors perceive as helpful in healing from campus sexual assault. Existing scholarship on healing from campus sexual assault largely relies on the reduction of psychological symptoms of trauma, an understanding that is…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Females, Minority Group Students, Victims of Crime
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Thacker, Russell S.; Freeman, Sydney, Jr. – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
Representations of Black leaders in the provost position are few, which speaks to historic views on Black intellectualism, barriers to administrative service, and a lack of professional networks and mentors. In this essay, Russell S. Thacker and Sydney Freeman Jr. examine the lived experiences of thirteen current and former Black provosts at…
Descriptors: African American Leadership, Administrators, College Administration, African Americans
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Clark, Christopher H.; Schmeichel, Mardi; Garrett, H. James – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
Integrating current events and news media in the curriculum is essential to social studies teachers' efforts to promote critical citizenship skills. In this mixed-methods study, Christopher H. Clark, Mardi Schmeichel, and H. James Garrett draw from a survey of more than one thousand social studies teachers to examine factors that influence the…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Current Events, Course Content, News Media
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Valdivia, Carolina – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
This article examines how the detention or deportation of a parent shapes the roles and responsibilities of young adults within the household and the consequences that these changes have on their educational experiences. Drawing from thirty-two in-depth interviews with young adults living in the United States whose parent was detained, author…
Descriptors: Young Adults, Parents, Undocumented Immigrants, Family Involvement
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Keenan, Harper Benjamin – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
In this article, Harper B. Keenan investigates the treatment of violence in elementary history education through a case study of a fourth-grade unit on the colonial history of California featuring "the mission project," a long-standing tradition in California's elementary schools that has students construct a miniature model of a Spanish…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Elementary Education, Grade 4, United States History
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Posey-Maddox, Linn; McKinney de Royston, Maxine; Holman, Alea R.; Rall, Raquel M.; Johnson, Rachel A. – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
In this article, Linn Posey-Maddox, Maxine McKinney de Royston, Alea R. Holman, Raquel M. Rall, and Rachel A. Johnson examine Black parents' educational decision-making in the racial and educational contexts of predominantly white suburban districts, majority-Black urban schools with an Afrocentric focus, and racially diverse urban public and…
Descriptors: African Americans, Parent Role, Decision Making, School Choice
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Diaz-Strong, Daysi Ximena – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
In this article, Daysi Ximena Diaz-Strong draws on interviews with Mexican and Central American 1.25 generation undocumented young adults to examine what shaped their access to financial resources in their college-going transitions. Although scholars have demonstrated that school agents and peers are critical to accessing resources and that…
Descriptors: Mexican Americans, Hispanic American Students, Latin Americans, Undocumented Immigrants
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