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Sullivan, Jeremy P. – Harvard Educational Review, 2012
In this article, Jeremy Sullivan explores the history of teacher evaluations in Montgomery County, Maryland. He describes how, over the course of three decades, the Montgomery County Education Association (MCEA) established itself as a strong and powerful professional association and leveraged its power to institutionalize a more collaborative…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Peer Evaluation, Educational History, Teacher Associations
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Hernandez, Arelis – Harvard Educational Review, 2009
The story of Latinas/os in higher education in the United States is often one of exclusion and erasure. In this essay, Arelis Hernandez argues that, from grade school to college, there is rarely an occasion for Latinas/os to learn their history and to produce scholarship based on their communities. Instead, they are pressured to subscribe to a…
Descriptors: Higher Education, College Students, Hispanic Americans, Equal Education
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Gillen, Jay – Harvard Educational Review, 2009
The Baltimore Algebra Project is a student-run, student-staffed nonprofit that employs public high schoolers and recent graduates as math study group leaders and as organized advocates for quality education as a constitutional right. In this essay Jay Gillen draws on his experiences as a facilitator of the Algebra Project to argue that only a…
Descriptors: Age Groups, Adolescents, Poverty, Presidents