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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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Moyer, Jeffrey S.; Warren, Mark R.; King, Andrew R. – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
The use of narratives and storytelling has become an increasingly common strategy in grassroots organizing and advocacy efforts to influence policy change. Drawing on qualitative interviews and observations, Jeffrey Moyer, Mark Warren, and Andrew King present a case study of the successful campaign by Voices of Youth in Chicago Education (VOYCE)…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Advocacy, Public Policy, Correctional Institutions
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Sun, Mingda; Koshy-Chenthittayil, Sherli; D'Souza, Nikeetha Farfan – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this essay, Mingda Sun, a high school student from Connecticut, recounts her summer research internship opportunity at the Center for Quantitative Medicine of UConn Health. She discusses her learning experiences, the challenges she faced, and the encouragement she received from her mentors and peers and explains how this month-long internship…
Descriptors: Summer Programs, Student Research, Internship Programs, Mathematics
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Ho, Chung-Hin Kevin; Tang, Hei-Hang Hayes – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this essay, Chung-Hin Kevin Ho, a history education university student in Hong Kong, narrates his search for civic identity. Composed through a process of critical and reflective dialogue with Hayes Tang, the essay describes the tension between Chung-Hin's Chinese ethnic and cultural identity and the democratic values held by Hong Kongers. As a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, College Students, Personal Narratives
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Zeller-Berkman, Sarah; Barreto, Jessica; Sandler, Asha – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this essay, authors Sarah Zeller-Berkman, Jessica Barreto, and Asha Sandler, members of an intergenerational research team, explore findings from a critical participatory action research (CPAR) project on the lived experiences of young people in New York City who fell behind in middle school and/or who had the Administration for Children's…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Educational Change, Equal Education
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Petrone, Robert; Rink, Nicholas; Speicher, Charlie – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this article, Robert Petrone and Nicholas Rink propose a repositioning pedagogy framework for teacher education. They maintain that a repositioning pedagogy disrupts power dynamics by bringing secondary-aged youth into teacher education courses as compensated consultants and experts to teach future teachers about learning, classroom management,…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Power Structure, Student Participation, Secondary School Students
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Acevedo, Nancy; Bejarano, Citlalli; Collazo, Natalie Ibarra – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
Guided by the concept of nepantleras and critical race nepantlera methodology, Nancy Acevedo presents the testimonios of Citlalli Bejarano and Natalie Ibarra Collazo, two Chicana students who attend urban high schools. Citlalli and Natalie share various forms of inclusion and exclusion that they experience as Chicanas attending private and public…
Descriptors: Race, Critical Theory, High School Students, Public Schools
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Mirra, Nicole; Garcia, Antero – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this essay, Nicole Mirra and Antero Garcia explore how young people from six demographically distinct communities across the United States understand the social and political issues affecting their lives, engage in storytelling and dialogue across differences, and collaboratively imagine humanizing and hopeful civic futures. Drawing from…
Descriptors: Social Problems, Political Issues, Story Telling, Dialogs (Language)
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McCullough, Alan, Jr.; Morrell, Felton, Jr.; Thomas, Bernard, III; Waugh, Vicente; Shubert, Nicholas; Donofrio, Amy – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this reflective essay, Alan McCullough Jr., Felton Morrell Jr., Bernard Thomas III, Vincente Waugh, and Nicholas Shubert with their teacher, Amy Donofrio, share the youth self-authorship methods that empowered them to transform their labels from "at-risk youth" to "at-hope youth leaders" in Jacksonville, Florida. After…
Descriptors: Violence, Crime, Story Telling, Youth
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Liu, Pei Pei – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this essay, Pei Pei Liu identifies the act of unveiling a completed portrait to solicit participant response as central to the conceptualization of portraiture. While this explicit extension of research relationships into the study "aftermath" distinguishes portraiture from many other qualitative methods, little practical guidance…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Audience Response, Interpersonal Relationship, Researchers
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Schachter, Rachel E.; Freeman, Donald – Harvard Educational Review, 2020
In this essay, Rachel Schachter and Donald Freeman present the familiar problem in studying and improving teaching: how to connect what teachers know and think with what they do as they teach. They outline how research on the public and private worlds of teaching has become bifurcated, with the private side of the work often disconnected from…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Theory Practice Relationship, Teaching Methods, Teacher Attitudes
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