Indigenous Identity Formation in Chilean Education New Racism and Schooling Experiences of Mapuche Youth
Working-Class Masculinities in Australian Higher Education Policies, Pathways and Progress
Global Perspectives on Microaggressions in Schools Understanding and Combating Covert Violence
The Transnational Experiences of Chinese Immigrant Youth in the US Education and Identity in Globalized Contexts
The Experiences of Refugee Youth from Burma in an American High School Countering Deficit-Based Narratives through Student Voice
Experiences of Racialization in Predominantly White Institutions Critical Reflections on Inclusion in US Colleges and Schools of Education
Community Participation with Schools in Developing Countries Towards Equitable and Inclusive Basic Education for All
By Andrew Webb
September 29, 2021
This book offers rich sociological analysis of the ways in which educational institutions influence indigenous identity formation in Chile. In doing so, Webb explores the mechanisms of new racism in schooling, and demonstrates how continued forms of exclusion impact minority groups. By drawing on ...
By Garth Stahl
August 27, 2021
This book takes a critical view of masculinities through an investigation of first-in-family males transitioning to higher education. Drawing on six in-depth longitudinal case studies, the focus is on how young men from working-class backgrounds engage with complex social inequalities, as well as ...
Edited By Julie K. Corkett, Christine L. Cho, Astrid Steele
May 18, 2021
Recognizing microaggression as an often unseen, yet pervasive issue in schools globally, this book offers critical examination of instances of aggression, hostility, and incivility in school contexts around the world. Drawing on authors’ experiences and empirical analyses, the volume puts forward ...
By Zuhra E. Abawi
May 13, 2021
This volume offers a critical examination of educational policy in Ontario, Canada, and critiques the success of such policies in ensuring diversity and equity of access in teacher hiring. Providing comprehensive coverage of historical marginalization in the Canadian education system, the book ...
By Xiangyan Liu
February 09, 2021
Detailing ethnographic research conducted in U.S. public high schools, this text considers how Chinese immigrant youth's educational positionality and identity are shaped by diasporic and transnational migrant experiences. The Transnational Experiences of Chinese Immigrant Youth in the US ...
By Lisa Roof, Mary B. McVee
December 30, 2020
This timely volume uses critical ethnographic methods to trace the experiences and identities of refugee students from Burma as they move through their final year of schooling in an urban high school in the United States. Against the backdrop of increasing tensions surrounding immigration and ...
By Char Ullman, Kate Mangelsdorf, Jair Muñoz
November 24, 2020
Through conducting an ethnographic study about doctoral students from traditionally underrepresented groups who are learning to conduct ethnographic research, this volume offers unique insight into the challenges and experiences through which these students develop their skills and identities as ...
Edited By Theodore S. Ransaw, Richard Majors
October 09, 2020
This volume highlights approaches to closing the achievement gap for students of color across K-12 and post-secondary schooling. It uniquely examines factors outside the classroom to consider how these influence student identity and academic performance. Teaching to Close the Achievement Gap for ...
Edited By Mabel Ann Brown
October 02, 2020
International Perspectives on Inclusion within Society and Education explores how the theme of inclusion in education and society plays out across different nations and cultures. Covering topics like dual citizenship, political loyalty, and migration, it includes important discussions around ...
Edited By Rachel Endo
September 03, 2020
Centered on the narratives from ethnically and racially diverse scholars of color with experience studying and working in predominantly White institutions in the United States, this volume offers critical reflection on common assumptions, policies, and practices which limit or preclude racial ...
Edited By Mikiko Nishimura
August 05, 2020
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (2016-2030) set by the United Nations in 2015 restated the importance of universal primary education for all, and specifically discuss quality, equity, and inclusion in basic education. To achieve this, the role of community has been emphasized and ...
Edited By Mavis G. Sanders, Claudia Galindo
March 11, 2020
Originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, this expanded text provides new insights into the successful, sustained implementation of Full-Service Community Schools (FSCSs) in the United States. Reviewing the Success of Full-Service Community ...