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Thomas, Daniel Josiah, III – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background/Context: Historical narratives and contemporary research continue to produce scholarship on teacher-coaches through a White racial frame that both reifies a Western European origin story and centers the experiences of White males. However, the American history of teacher-coaches is not the Black history of teacher-coaches. The Black…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Males, Coaching (Performance), Racism
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McCall, Joyce M.; Davis, Adrian; Regus, Marjoris; Dekle, James – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background and Context: Inspired by a photograph of the groundbreaking playwright Lorraine Hansberry that appeared in the New York Times following her unanticipated death in 1965, Nina Simone, pianist, singer-songwriter, and civil rights activist, carefully crafted "To Be Young, Gifted and Black," a song that later became the anthem of…
Descriptors: African American Students, Doctoral Students, Predominantly White Institutions, Barriers
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Schultz, Lyndsie Marie; Bonney, Edwin Nii; Dorner, Lisa M.; Song, Kim – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background/Context: There is a growing need for schools to examine the best ways of working with immigrant and multilingual families, as it is ever more likely that all teachers will work with multilingual newcomers and their children during their career. However, teachers often view multilingual families in deficit ways, and many teachers lack…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Teacher Attitudes, Cultural Differences, Faculty Development
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Warnick, Bryan R.; Thomas, Christopher D. – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background/Context: In the 1973 "Rodriguez" decision, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the Constitution does not guarantee a substantive federal right to education. So far, this holding has not been adequately contextualized with many other statements the Court has made concerning the nature of education in the constitutional order. For…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Freedom of Speech, Student Rights, Constitutional Law
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Coleman, James Joshua – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background/Context: Within critical research broadly, scholars increasingly turn to stories and storytelling to pursue equity in educational contexts. Such scholarship does, however, primarily focus on the composition or creation of stories. Expanding the scope of storytelling research, this article turns to queer and trans knowledges to highlight…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Educational Research, Teaching Conditions, Social Bias
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Roegman, Rachel; Hinze-Pifer, Rebecca; Tanner, Nathan; Studamire, Danté; Thompson, Faith – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background/Context: Scholars and practitioners continue to work to identify ways to change structural conditions, school-level policy, and stakeholder mindsets to support minoritized youth in advanced coursework. Open access policies, in which students do not need a previous teacher's approval or a prerequisite grade to enroll in an advanced…
Descriptors: School Districts, Elementary Secondary Education, Stakeholders, Educational Change
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Tran, Henry; Cunningham, Kathleen M. W.; Hardie, Suzy; Taylor, Tammy; Sauls, Rinice – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background/Context: Progressive human resources thinking has suggested the importance of employee experiences for workforce engagement, inclusion, and retention, but the intentional design of positive employee experiences requires a deep understanding of workers' lived experiences in order to respond to their differentiated needs. Although the…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Rural Schools, Work Environment, Teaching Experience
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Yu, Jing – Teachers College Record, 2023
As the largest international student group in U.S. higher education, Chinese international students have been made particularly vulnerable due to the resurgence of anti-Asian racism and U.S.-China geopolitical tensions. There is therefore a pressing need to make sense of Chinese international students' perspectives and experiences around U.S.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Foreign Countries, Foreign Students
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Sachdeva, Danielle E.; Kimmel, Sue C.; Chérres, J. Sebastián – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background: Challenges to books are surging across the United States, and books that portray diverse human experiences are particularly targeted. Censorship has deleterious consequences, such as undermining children's intellectual freedom and influencing educators' book selections. In a climate of censorship, when educators face the realistic…
Descriptors: Censorship, Books, Intellectual Freedom, Teaching Experience
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Woods, Peter J. – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background: Within the body of literature on do-it-yourself (DIY) music scenes, researchers have routinely placed an emphasis on the role of material space in shaping the sociocultural and musical practices of punk music and other related genres. Scholars have also examined the teaching and learning processes of these musical subcultures under the…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Ideology, Ethics
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Toews, Samantha Gross; Hanreddy, Amy; Mahoney, Elia – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background and Purpose: The unprecedented shift to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic intensified educational inequities for students with disabilities, a historically marginalized population in terms of access to quality instruction. Caregivers assumed an integral role in access to education during distance learning, making it…
Descriptors: Special Needs Students, Student Needs, Child Caregivers, Distance Education
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Dee, Thomas S. – Teachers College Record, 2023
Over the first two full school years under the COVID-19 pandemic, K-12 enrollment in public schools fell dramatically (i.e., by more than 1.2 million students) with losses concentrated among the youngest students. Currently, little is known about where these students went and what learning environments they are experiencing. In this research note,…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Public Schools, Student Mobility, Pandemics
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Baker, Bernadette; Mills, Kathy A.; McDonald, Peter; Wang, Liang – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background: Artificial intelligence (AI) applications have been implemented across all levels of education, with the rapid developments of chatbots and AI language models, like ChatGPT, demonstrating the urgent need to conceptualize the key debates and their implications for a new era of learning and assessment. This adoption occurs in a context…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Educational Trends, Educational Change, Technology Uses in Education
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Burt, Brian A.; Stone, Blayne D.; Hemmings, Yasja; Kleba, Jon; Glasco-Boyd, Dariana; Washington, Brandon – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background: Research groups are social locations where teaching and learning merge among students and a principal investigator (PI). When joining, some students are able to contribute to groundbreaking research that addresses complex problems, under the direction of their PI. However, there are accounts of students having a wide range of negative…
Descriptors: Supervision, College Students, Researchers, Student Research
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Karnopp, Jennifer R. – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background/Context: Rural districts often struggle to provide organizational structures that support knowledge-building and sharing among educators, contributing to the challenge of change implementation in rural contexts. Although prior scholarship identifies social relationships centered on trust as important for fostering educator learning, we…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, School Districts, Organizational Learning, Educational Change
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