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Moser, Kelly; Wei, Tianlan – Rural Educator, 2023
Language educators were unprepared for emergency remote language teaching (ERLT) due to lack of training in online pedagogy and negative perceptions of online instruction, and the rural community of language educators have been challenged in unique ways. Using the intersections of content (language teaching), space (rurality), and context…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Language Teachers, Resilience (Psychology)
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Whitten, Clint; Thomas, Courtney – Rural Educator, 2023
There are more than 300 anti-Queer policies that are being proposed and implemented across the nation that impact education, including Tennessee's Senate Bill 1229; Virginia's "2022 Model Policies on the Privacy, Dignity, and Respect for all Students and Parents in Virginia's Public Schools;" and Florida's "Parental Rights in…
Descriptors: Social Bias, LGBTQ People, Minority Group Students, Rural Schools
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Hughes, Jason E.; Ulmer, Jonathan D.; Clark, J. Spencer; Disberger, Brandie; Hock, Gaea; Ellis, Jason – Rural Educator, 2023
The purpose of this research paper was to highlight the factors students and school staff identify as contributors to mental health issues students attending rural, low socioeconomic high schools experience and the specific mental health issues they witness most. A collective case study was conducted in four rural high schools, two in Kansas and…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Low Income Groups, High School Students, Rural Schools
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Baker, Timberly; Howard, Joy; Swain, Amy – Rural Educator, 2023
This systematic review of literature on race in rural educational scholarship addresses the research question: "How are race and racism typically represented (defined, discussed) in rural education literature? And two subquestions: What factors have been explored at length in regard to race and racism? and Where are the predominant gaps in…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Race, Educational Research, Rural Education
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O'Connell, Kathrina M. – Rural Educator, 2023
This promising practice describes the summer programming transformation at a rural, Title I school. After eliminating barriers to education and remediation overtones, the school now provides free transportation, meals, and books for all participants and engages them in research-based, enrichment-focused literacy learning. The program's first year…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Rural Youth, Summer Programs, Educational Change
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Moore, Jarrett D.; Yoho, Louise M. – Rural Educator, 2023
While there is a significant body of educational literature addressing the character and needs of rural communities in the Appalachian and southern regions of the US, there is a need for a better understanding of rural communities outside of this region. Existing literature focused on US rurality revolves around four main themes: the rural…
Descriptors: Rural Education, Rural Areas, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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English, Cathie – Rural Educator, 2023
This study focused upon a sequence of three inquiry assignments with pre-service teachers (PSTs) in English language arts in an advanced composition and theory methods course. Place conscious and critical literacy scholars argue for a deeper understanding of rural lifeways and note the deficit or lesser than assumptions associated with rural…
Descriptors: Rural Education, Rural Areas, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers
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Inouye, Martha; Houseal, Ana K.; Gunshenan, Clare; McReynolds, Angus; Perkins, Mark – Rural Educator, 2023
Thirty percent of US teachers work in rural schools where geographic isolation and lack of peers can make it difficult for them to engage in collaborative professional relationships with colleagues. Facilitated professional development can be used as a way to build these networks. Using a situative perspective in which teachers are viewed as…
Descriptors: Rural Education, Public School Teachers, Rural Schools, Faculty Development
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Cuervo, Hernan – Rural Educator, 2023
Attracting teachers to rural schools continues to be a problem in Australian education. Debates on how to remedy staff shortages are based on a better distribution of financial and material resources. This emphasis on distribution has sidelined the role of recognition theory in understanding the challenges of rural staffing. I draw on the social…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Teacher Recruitment, Guidelines, Foreign Countries
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McCabe, Katie Mae; Ruppar, Andrea L. – Rural Educator, 2023
Despite a long history of overrepresentation in segregated settings (Brock, 2018), students with disabilities who require extensive supports are more likely to receive inclusive placements in rural schools. In this paper, we present findings from a narrative literature analysis of inclusive education for students with disabilities in rural schools…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Inclusion, Students with Disabilities, Student Placement
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Zuckerman, Sarah J.; Teahon, Michael; Surface, Jeanne L.; Mausbach, Ann T.; Riley, Kevin M. – Rural Educator, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown a light on structural problems in education. Changing conditions, policy recommendations, and pressure from local communities have caused strain among educators and administrators across the nation. For rural districts already strained by shortages of teachers and administrators, the pandemic particularly raised…
Descriptors: Rural Areas, School Districts, Labor Turnover, Superintendents
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DeCino, Daniel A.; Waalkes, Phillip L.; Donohoe, Connor – Rural Educator, 2023
Rural school leaders encounter an array of complex issues that require legal counsel. Student discipline, contract disputes, employee conduct, special education, and a host of other topics require school boards and superintendents to utilize school attorneys. This descriptive phenomenological study explored the daily experiences of ten school…
Descriptors: School Personnel, Lawyers, Rural Schools, Interpersonal Relationship
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Burrola, Abby; Rohde-Collins, Dorothy; Anglum, J. Cameron – Rural Educator, 2023
For education policies to be implemented most effectively in local contexts, policymakers must consider diverse school and community geographic characteristics. For example, rural geographies often present particularly important dynamics for public schooling, including challenges with school enrollment, school funding, and teacher labor markets.…
Descriptors: Rural Areas, Rural Education, Educational Policy, Policy Formation
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Knox, Peter N. – Rural Educator, 2023
Past decades have seen an increase in focus on college and career readiness (CCR) policy and programming to meet the growing demand for a high-skill, global, 21st-century workforce. Recent research indicates many adolescents aspire to succeed in various postsecondary paths, but a persistent gap between aspirations and attainment remains. This is…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, College Readiness, Career Readiness, Rural Areas
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Grant, Phillip D.; Kniess, Dena – Rural Educator, 2023
Rural undergraduate students at flagship universities in the United States are typically outnumbered by their urban and suburban peers. Students from rural demographic backgrounds bring different forms of social and cultural capital to higher education with them. This phenomenological study at a flagship university in the Deep South region of the…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Experience, Rural Areas, Rural Education
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