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Lovell, Darrell – Texas Education Review, 2022
This study examines how administrative burden is evolving in college classrooms to meet external pressures focused on student success. Through a mixed methods analysis of data from a 2018 survey, this work tests how faculty and administrators view ownership of the responsibility to meet these mandates and whether it is affecting classroom…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Success, Student Role
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Link, Beth – Texas Education Review, 2022
Pre-service teachers often fixate on building their classroom management and lesson planning skills, but the job of teacher educators is to push them beyond the daily rituals and routines to consider deeper relationships of power and control at work in schooling. The arts can be a useful tool for making the covert ways power moves in curriculum…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Interdisciplinary Approach, Art Activities
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Bigelow, Alexis; Pineda, Mónica; McLean, Jimmy – Texas Education Review, 2022
Nearly 30 years ago, Critical Race Theory (CRT) was introduced to the field of education. Ladson-Billings and Tate argued that in order to understand educational inequities in the United States, it is essential to analyze the intersections of race and property. Throughout the past three decades, scholars within the field of education have utilized…
Descriptors: Critical Race Theory, Student Experience, Graduate Students, Equal Education
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Adamuti-Trache, Maria; Zhang, Yi Leaf; Hagedorn, Linda Serra – Texas Education Review, 2021
To support youth early motivation for college and careers that meet workforce needs, the Texas Legislature in 2013 passed House Bill 5 to adopt a new high school graduation program, which allows students to pursue "endorsements" as they begin 9th grade. Endorsements introduce high-school students to STEM, Business & Industry, Public…
Descriptors: Public Schools, High Schools, Enrollment, High School Students
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Butters, Albion M. – Texas Education Review, 2021
This article examines the significance of fear of concealed handguns in the classroom at a public university in Texas, analyzing perceived changes in shared social space and the collective learning environment in terms of affect. This multimethod study provides a framework for understanding the factors behind the fear, which may be seen as…
Descriptors: Fear, Weapons, College Students, School Safety
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Simmons, Michelle L.; Shin, Mikyung; Sharp, Laurie A. – Texas Education Review, 2021
Special education policy impacts education equity. More specifically, special education policy surrounding the identification of students with disabilities and the provision of instructional support services to students identified as having a disability has experienced critical public attention and landmark federal and state mandates for reform…
Descriptors: Special Education, Eligibility, Disability Identification, Rural Urban Differences
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Núñez Porras, Patricia; Hernández, Julia – Texas Education Review, 2021
This policy brief provides recommendations that address dual language bilingual education and House Bill 3 (HB3) Texas Early Childhood Literacy & Mathematics Proficiency Plans requirement. How can the HB3 Texas Early Childhood Literacy & Mathematics Proficiency Plan requirement set appropriate reading goals for dual language students…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Alignment (Education), Early Childhood Education, State Legislation
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Lenderman, Kristian; Hawkins, Jacqueline – Texas Education Review, 2021
Exclusionary discipline has been a topic of focus for Texas lawmakers in recent legislative sessions. While studies show the negative impact of exclusionary discipline on students, few explore how children who enter Disciplinary Alternative Education Programs fare later in their educational careers. The following paper outlines data collected from…
Descriptors: Graduation Rate, Discipline, Suspension, Nontraditional Education
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Madrigal, Alejandro, III; Epstein, Eliza – Texas Education Review, 2021
This brief is organized into four (4) main sections. We first discuss the inadequacy, inefficacy, and bias of standardized, high-stakes assessments. These assessments do not deliver on promises made by proponents and that they, in fact, do long-term harm to teachers and students, with a disproportionate negative impact on communities of color. The…
Descriptors: Performance Based Assessment, Standardized Tests, High Stakes Tests, Testing Problems
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Del Carmen Unda, María; Lizárraga-Dueñas, Lizeth – Texas Education Review, 2021
The Testing Industrial Complex (TIC) is a system (and at the same time a cycle) in which high-stakes standardized testing fuels neoliberal education reforms and vice versa. These "reforms" and cycles have monetized for profit the public education system in which curriculum, students, and teachers have been packaged and sold for corporate…
Descriptors: Testing, Correctional Institutions, High Stakes Tests, Standardized Tests
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Ping, Lei; Liu, Katrina – Texas Education Review, 2020
Augmented reality (AR) has gained popularity in K-12 education in the past decades; researchers and educators generally agree that AR is a useful pedagogical tool in teaching because it is grounded on efficient teaching and learning models such as constructivist learning, situated learning, and inquiry-based learning. Research on AR in the K-12…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Childs, Joshua; Taylor, Z. W. – Texas Education Review, 2020
Although considerable education research has focused on how K-12 school districts spend money, no extant literature has specifically examined how these districts invested in online endeavors, most notably website traffic cost. As the Internet and school district websites have become a crucial source of information for many educational…
Descriptors: School District Wealth, Web Sites, Expenditures, Elementary Secondary Education
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Mattson, Timothy – Texas Education Review, 2020
"Brown v. Board of Education" (1954) officially ended legal (de jure) segregation, but desegregation outcomes overall fell short of this nation's ideals of equality and justice. As a result, children of color suffer. The purpose of this study was as follows: 1) To measure school segregation by race and ethnicity in Texas, and 2) To…
Descriptors: School Segregation, Race, Ethnicity, Public Schools
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Turner, Caroline S.; Waterman, Stephanie J. – Texas Education Review, 2019
In this article we share our lived experiences with mentoring. As tenured women professors of color, we push back against the assumption that institutions of higher education are neutral sites, that we have to change to belong, and that we do not belong. Each of us underscores the importance and value of our realities and the knowledge we generate…
Descriptors: Mentors, Minority Group Students, College Faculty, Minority Group Teachers
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Taylor, Z. W. – Texas Education Review, 2019
Cross-cultural mentoring can be loosely defined as a reciprocal mentoring relationship where the mentor and mentee do not share any one of many personal identities. In this study, personal narratives convey what a White scholar learned about cross-cultural mentoring from a Black academic, focusing on two events. Critical findings and reflections…
Descriptors: Mentors, Cultural Differences, College Faculty, Minority Group Teachers
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