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Boyd, Ashley S.; Glazier, Jocelyn A. – High School Journal, 2017
This qualitative study explores three years of data from an ongoing professional development program for alumni of one university's varied teacher education programs. Participants cross secondary grade levels and disciplines. Researchers examine what transpires when controversial topics are raised within this diverse teacher discourse community.…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Discourse Communities, Group Discussion, Qualitative Research
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Pytash, Kristine E. – High School Journal, 2017
A myriad of personal and contextual factors are important in understanding how preservice teachers learn to teach and why they adopt or reject certain teaching practices. Activity theory was used a framework in understand preservice teachers' experiences teaching writing during a field experience at a juvenile detention facility. The purposes of…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Writing Instruction, Field Experience Programs, Correctional Institutions
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Fuller, Rhema; Harrison, C. Keith; Bukstein, Scott; Martin, Brandon E.; Lawerence, Malia; Parks, Cliff – High School Journal, 2017
The purpose of this article is to examine how the high school setting assisted the leadership development of African American males. Additionally, we explored how the leadership developed in high school was applied in the post-high school setting. We utilized purposeful sampling to identify and recruit African American male scholar-athletes (N =…
Descriptors: High School Students, Males, African American Students, Scholarship
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Barrow, Elizabeth – High School Journal, 2017
This article presents a discussion of the author's concern over a statement President Trump made in his first Thank You Tour speech, given Dec 1, 2016, in Cincinnati Ohio. "There is no global anthem. No global currency. No certificate of global citizenship. We pledge allegiance to one flag and that flag is the American flag." Here…
Descriptors: Global Education, Citizenship, Citizenship Education, Nationalism
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Corbat, Josh – High School Journal, 2017
Time and again research has shown that schools in which students feel safe and included promote academic achievement and overall student health (see, for example, Greytak, Kosciw, Villenas, & Giga, 2016; Michael, Merlo, Basch, Wentzel, & Wechsler, 2015). Parent networks, community organizations, and school boards nationwide continuously…
Descriptors: Student Rights, Educational Environment, Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation
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Keegan, Patrick Joseph – High School Journal, 2017
In the context of transnational migration, schools are reimagining their role in preparing students to become democratic citizens. The qualitative research study described in this article explores the places where five Dominican transnational youth attending a New York City public high school for late-arriving migrants enacted their civic…
Descriptors: High School Students, Latin Americans, Trust (Psychology), Citizenship Education
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Kotok, Stephen – High School Journal, 2017
This study uses multilevel modeling to examine a subset of the highest performing 9th graders and explores the extent that achievement gaps in math widen for high performing African American and Latino students and their high performing White and Asian peers during high school. Using nationally representative data from the High School Longitudinal…
Descriptors: High School Students, Minority Group Students, Achievement Gap, Mathematics Achievement
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Murillo, Marco A. – High School Journal, 2017
For many undocumented youth, the end of high school and transition to adulthood is the first time they grapple with being undocumented. Given the negative social stigma attached to being undocumented, many youth may hesitate to reveal their legal status to a teacher or other school personnel. The purpose of this study was to identify the contexts…
Descriptors: High School Students, Undocumented Immigrants, Self Disclosure (Individuals), Elementary Secondary Education
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Fluhr, Stephanie A.; Choi, Namok; Herd, Ann; Woo, Hongryun; Alagaraja, Meera – High School Journal, 2017
The two main objectives of this study were to examine the relationship between high school student (9th-12th) gender and nontraditional career and technical education (CTE) course taking, and the combined effects of gender and program area on estimated future wage earnings for male and female CTE completers. A Midwestern state CTE database…
Descriptors: High School Students, Gender Differences, Career Education, Technical Education
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Giroux, Henry A. – High School Journal, 2016
In this article Henry Giroux discusses corporate school reform movement and its detrimental impact on the public school system such as the closure of public schools in cities such as, Philadelphia, Chicago and New York to make way for charter schools. Giroux argues that corporate school reform is not simply obsessed with measurements that degrade…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Democratic Values, Social Influences, Politics of Education
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Kelly, Sean; Zhang, Yuan – High School Journal, 2016
Supportive teacher-student relationships are associated with increased levels of engagement and higher levels of achievement. Yet, studies also show that higher achieving students typically receive the most encouragement. Moreover, many studies of teacher-student relationships pertain to elementary and middle school students; by the time students…
Descriptors: Longitudinal Studies, Evidence, Teacher Student Relationship, Learner Engagement
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Nurenberg, David – High School Journal, 2016
Paul Jablon's "The Synergy of Inquiry" (2014) is well-timed. The 2014 deadline set by No Child Left Behind (NCLB, 2002) for universal student proficiency has come and gone, and according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, "proficiency rates last year were below 50 percent for nearly every racial and ethnic group, in…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Figurative Language, Educational Legislation, Federal Legislation
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Mercier, Kevin; Phillips, Sharon; Silverman, Stephen – High School Journal, 2016
Recommendations for using and implementing fitness tests have been extensively researched and teachers' attitudes toward fitness tests are beginning to be studied. Less understood is how high school teachers use fitness tests and the role their attitudes toward fitness tests affect students' attitudes toward physical activity. The purpose of this…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, High Schools, Secondary School Teachers, Physical Education Teachers
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Martin, Jennifer L.; Beese, Jane A. – High School Journal, 2016
This paper explores the intersection of feminism and service-learning by describing the creation of a women's studies course for girls attending an alternative high school. In the course participants could critique sexist practices in the media and in the school, as well as establish cultural competence through engaging in service projects that…
Descriptors: School Culture, Service Learning, Feminism, Nontraditional Education
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Ramirez, Pablo C.; Ross, Lydia; Jimenez-Silva, Margarita – High School Journal, 2016
In this one-year qualitative study, the authors examined how border pedagogy is enacted by two Latino/a high school teachers in a border community in Southern California. Through classroom observations, the authors documented powerful student discussions that named complex borders (Giroux, 1992) that existed in their daily lives. We drew from…
Descriptors: Youth, Hispanic Americans, Instruction, Secondary School Teachers
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