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Boettcher, Michelle L.; Lange, Amber; Hanks, Sara; Means, Darris R. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2022
While there are many calls for enhancing support of Black and Latinx students on college campuses, much of the existing literature promotes deficit thinking and assumes monolithic experiences. Drawing upon Yosso's model of community cultural wealth, we used a qualitative case study approach to examine the assets 13 rural Black and Latinx students…
Descriptors: African American Students, Hispanic American Students, Community Involvement, Cultural Capital
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Hemmler, Vonna L.; Azano, Amy Price; Dmitrieva, Svetlana; Callahan, Carolyn M. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2022
The enduring misperception that rural places are homogeneously White may contribute to the underrepresentation of Black students in rural gifted education programs. In this study, we sought to understand this relationship by examining the underrepresentation of Black students in rural gifted education programs through a theoretical framework of…
Descriptors: African American Students, Academically Gifted, Gifted Education, Disproportionate Representation
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Sims, Lillian Rogers; Ferrare, Joseph J. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
By definition, first-generation college (FGC) students share similar levels of parental education, and they often receive support on college campuses as though they represent a homogenous group. However, FGC students come from a wide variety of backgrounds that may necessitate different forms of support. This article takes a step toward exploring…
Descriptors: Rural Urban Differences, First Generation College Students, Social Capital, Majors (Students)
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Corbett, Michael – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
This article was developed from Michael Corbett's 2020 Rural Education Special Interest Group (SIG) Career Achievement Award Lecture. There has been an encouraging influx of new work, both in the United States and in other anglophone settler societies, as well as in Europe in the emerging field of rural education, influenced by developments in…
Descriptors: Rural Education, Educational History, Educational Change, Urban Schools
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Wargo, Elizabeth; Budge, Kathleen; Carr-Chellman, Davin; Canfield-Davis, Kathryn – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
Research-practice partnerships (RPPs), where researchers and practitioners work in concert to address persistent problems of practice, provide promising mutualistic benefits in urban school settings. Drawing on an integrated framework, this case study explores the initial development of an RPP between six small and rural school districts and two…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, School Districts, Rural Schools, Universities
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Thier, Michael; Longhurst, Jesse M.; Grant, Phillip D.; Hocking, Jessica E. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
U.S. education research about rural places commonly neglects definitional boundaries. Our systematic mapping review of 524 studies approximated how early-career scholars and those new to the rural education research space, including practitioners and policymakers, might experience the literature base and provides a bird's-eye view of how studies…
Descriptors: Rural Education, Educational Research, Definitions, Periodicals
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Wilcox, Serena M. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
The purpose of this article is to critically probe racial discourse around how the convergence of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and white nationalist organizations complicate the reality of segregation, education, and social change in a rural community in Central Georgia. Critical race studies ground the work, using narratives as a device to frame and…
Descriptors: African Americans, Racial Discrimination, Racial Segregation, School Segregation
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Helper, Gem Amber Sun; Joubert, Ezekiel, III – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
In the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Toni Cade, and many unnamed others, the movement for Black lives ignited a mass of youth voice and participation. The struggle to transform education for Black students is now at the forefront of the Black Lives Matter movement and includes demands for ethnic studies…
Descriptors: Activism, Educational Change, Rural Youth, Social Change
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Chambers, Crystal R.; Crumb, Loni – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
The emotional labor of organizing, leading, or participating in campus protests may affect Black students' involvement in social justice activism at rural, predominantly White, higher education institutions. In this study, we examined the experiences and reflections of three Black students who engaged in a Black Lives Matter-inspired protest at a…
Descriptors: African American Students, Activism, Social Justice, Rural Schools
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Nichols, Sandra C. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
This article depicts a qualitative narrative study that reflects on the educational paths followed by three generations of Black women from rural Mississippi. The purpose of this study was to expand the documented footprint of Black women's educational experiences in the rural Deep South by exploring my own educational experiences as a researcher…
Descriptors: African American Students, Females, Educational Experience, Rural Areas
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Walker, Amy – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
In June 2020, in a rural Rust Belt town in the Midwest, over 100 residents stood on the grounds of the county courthouse and publicly protested for Black Lives Matter. Once students began to arrive, the protest shifted. Latinx youth led chants, held signs, and stood in the front of the other protesters, moving the protest forward, away from the…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, African Americans, Activism, Rural Areas
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Niño, Juan Manuel; Perez-Diaz, Marisa B. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
The purpose of this study was to explore how social unrest in the United States, specifically the COVID-19 pandemic and the tragic deaths of Black people at the hands of police, have transformed the leadership and pedagogy of school leaders in three rural school districts in southwest Texas. The strategies used to collect data for this study…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Minority Group Students, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Kitzmiller, Erika M.; Burton, Elizabeth – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
Less than 24 hours after police murdered George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protesters organized in several cities to demand that their elected officials defund their police and redirect this funding to better healthcare, schools, public transportation, affordable housing, and food security. Eventually, these protesters came together in rural…
Descriptors: Activism, Violence, Rural Youth, African Americans
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Grant-Panting, Alexis – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
8 minutes and 46 seconds. This was the amount of time it took me to watch George Floyd, an unarmed Black man be murdered at the hands of the police. While George Floyd's death was not the first Black murder to happen while in police custody or in 2020, his death served as a catalyst that reignited something in me, millions of around the globe, and…
Descriptors: Rural Areas, Racial Bias, Social Justice, Rural Sociology
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Seelig, Jennifer L.; McCabe, Katie M. – Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2021
Teacher retention studies often focus on why teachers leave the profession, but this article suggests that focusing on why teachers stay situates rural school and community assets as the foundation to reform. The research design is a collective case study of three rural Wisconsin school districts, and findings are based on interviews and focus…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Teacher Persistence, Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes
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