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Rebecca A. Cruz; Allison R. Firestone – Whiteness and Education, 2024
Root causes of disproportionality in exclusionary discipline are multiply determined. Teachers' perceptions and implicit biases, enacted within the contexts of schools as racialised organisations, shape how educators interpret and respond to student behaviour. Focusing on the referral phase of the disciplinary process, this systematic review of…
Descriptors: Discipline, Referral, Racism, Educational Theories
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Karen Howard – Whiteness and Education, 2024
In consideration of white music educators' perceptions of and engagement with matters of race and music, the purpose of this qualitative study was to problematise the acceptance and valuation of "Hamilton", and possible hypervaluation of Whiteness through the perceptions and experiences of eight White music educators who were fans of the…
Descriptors: White Teachers, Music Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Race
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Marc P. Johnston-Guerrero; Lisa Delacruz Combs – Whiteness and Education, 2024
This collaborative autoethnography shares the stories of two multiracial Filipina/o American scholars at various points in their academic careers as they engage in a purposeful journey towards unlearning the whiteness of their upbringing and larger society. The enduring legacy of American colonisation of the Philippines grounds the analysis with…
Descriptors: Multiracial Persons, Asian Americans, Racial Factors, Self Concept
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Maravene Taylor-Heine; Terri S. Wilson; Michele S. Moses – Whiteness and Education, 2024
In recent years, diverse actors around the world have protested the growing dominance of standardised testing in education policy and practice, citing racial equity as one reason, among many, to oppose standardised tests. Education activists have also argued, on the other hand, that standardised assessments can be used to bring attention to…
Descriptors: Racial Factors, Activism, Educational Practices, Educational Policy
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Sunil Banga – Whiteness and Education, 2024
Racist hate speech on UK university campuses remains an increasing concern. This article examines the widespread problem of racist hate speech through a multilayered theoretical approach; and suggests that a fuller appreciation of the problem can only be gained through a race-centred analysis. Drawing on Fraser's work on the problematics of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Racism, Social Bias
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Arlo Kempf – Whiteness and Education, 2024
This article explores notions of spatiality, race, and productive disruptions of whiteness; focusing on two dinners which were one component of a mixed method study on racism, teaching, and implicit race bias with secondary teachers in Toronto, Canada. The dinners were focused on cross race dialogue. White teachers experienced the dinners as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Racism, Secondary School Teachers, Discussion
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Alexandre E. Da Costa – Whiteness and Education, 2024
This paper analyses relationships between whiteness and damage in the university classroom through a focus on two contemporary areas of critical education in Canada: raising white racial consciousness and truth and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. First, whiteness is damage-producing -- it orients anti-racist education…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Racism, Racial Factors, Cultural Awareness
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Fuyu Shimomura – Whiteness and Education, 2024
The normative institutional practices of White, native English speakers have been explored in detail by CRT scholars in US academia, and these practices perpetuate a system which maintains White privilege to the detriment and systemic exclusion of the Other. Consequently, students of colour and non-native English speakers are inclined to face a…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Educational Practices, Equal Education, Racism
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Abby C. Emerson – Whiteness and Education, 2024
Educational transformation of communities is often focused on school-based initiatives, but parenting offers forth a powerful site for antiracist change. This self-study details how I, a White parent and antiracist teacher educator, both challenged "and" perpetuated whiteness while facilitating antiracist parenting sessions for White…
Descriptors: Parents, Racism, Whites, Minority Groups
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Marjorie Johnstone; Eunjung Lee – Whiteness and Education, 2024
Using a philosophical framework of epistemic injustice and epistemic resistance (Fricker, 2007; Medina, 2013), we examine the recent deaths of nine Indigenous youths in a Northern Ontario city, Thunder Bay. We first document various reports and then we interrogate the impact of this violence on Indigenous communities, considering the egregious…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Death, Colonialism
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Matias, Cheryl E.; Boucher, Colleen – Whiteness and Education, 2023
This theoretical article critically reflects on critical whiteness studies (CWS), particularly addressing the critique that CWS does not have racial theory and therefore cannot be considered a theoretical framework in which to analyse race. Reflecting on existing literature that interrogates whiteness in teacher education; we contend that to…
Descriptors: Whites, Critical Race Theory, Racial Factors, Teacher Education
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Hayes, Aneta; Shain, Farzana – Whiteness and Education, 2023
This paper deconstructs ways in which the white 'race' of Eastern European pupils and the class determination of their parents in the country of arrival combine to either afford or deny them racialised privileges in British education. Critically reviewing published research on Eastern European pupils in British schools, this article concludes that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Whites, Racial Identification, Racial Factors
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Jackson-Cole, Dominik; Chadderton, Charlotte – Whiteness and Education, 2023
Home BAME students are under-represented on postgraduate courses in England, especially at elite universities, however, there has been little research on why this should be. This research starts to fill this gap, arguing that gatekeepers to postgraduate courses at some of the most elite universities contribute to maintaining white supremacy.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Minority Group Students, Graduate Study, Competitive Selection
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Reinke, Luke T.; Miller, Erin; Glass, Tehia S. – Whiteness and Education, 2023
In this manuscript, we (a racially diverse team of teacher educators) describe a study that reveals how five white faculty members in a large urban college of education experienced a two-day workshop on antiracism offered by a local antiracist coalition and the impact of the workshop in relation to their roles as teacher educators with a…
Descriptors: White Teachers, Urban Universities, Teacher Educators, Teacher Education
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Williams, Monnica T.; Gran-Ruaz, Sophia M. – Whiteness and Education, 2023
Allies are members of a dominant group that work to dismantle oppression experienced by subordinate groups. Given the well-documented mental health impact of all forms of racism on people of colour, including microaggressions, cultivating White allies is important for reducing racism and advancing equity. This paper examines the impact of two…
Descriptors: Racial Relations, Diversity, Workshops, Positive Attitudes
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