Diversifying the Teaching Profession Dimensions, Dilemmas, and Directions for the Future
Global Perspectives on Microaggressions in Higher Education Understanding and Combating Covert Violence in Universities
The Lived Experiences of Filipinx American Teachers in the U.S. A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study
Multiculturalism, Educational Inclusion, and Connectedness Well-Being, Ethnicity, and Identity among Chinese, South, and Southeast Asian Students
Teaching to Close the Achievement Gap for Students of Color Understanding the Impact of Factors Outside the Classroom
Advancing Educational Equity for Students of Mexican Descent Creating an Asset-based Bicultural Continuum Model
Applying Anzalduan Frameworks to Understand Transnational Youth Identities Bridging Culture, Language, and Schooling at the US-Mexican Border
By Elaine Keane, Manuela Heinz, Rory Mc Daid
September 09, 2022
This edited volume is about diversifying the teaching profession. It is unique in its inclusion of multiple dimensions of diversity; its chapters focus on a wide range of under-represented groups, including those from lower socio-economic groups, Black and minority ethnic groups, migrants, the ...
By Christine L. Cho, Julie K. Corkett
August 24, 2022
This book recognizes microaggression as a pervasive issue in colleges and universities around the world and offers critical analyses of the local and institutional contexts in which such incidences of violence and discrimination occur. Authors from Egypt, Jamaica, Korea, South Africa, Canada, and ...
By Eleonor G. Castillo
August 05, 2022
This text offers a hermeneutic phenomenological exploration of the lived experiences of Filipinx American teachers in U.S. schools, classrooms, and colleges. By drawing on one-on-one dialogues, group discussion, and reflective writing, the text identifies racial, cultural, and linguistic barriers...
By Ardavan Eizadirad, Andrew B. Campbell, Steve Sider
July 04, 2022
Foregrounding diverse lived experiences and non-dominant forms of knowledge, this edited volume showcases ways in which narrating and sharing stories of pain and suffering can be engaged as critical pedagogy to challenge oppression and inequity in educational contexts. The volume illustrates the ...
By Celeste Y.M. Yuen
June 29, 2022
This book offers a unique focus on the well-being of Chinese and South/Southeast Asian students in the context of Hong Kong, and in particular the experience of integrating these young people into its schooling system. Yuen uses a narrative method that captures and offers a vivid insight into the ...
By Char Ullman, Kate Mangelsdorf, Jair Muñoz
May 30, 2022
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 ...
By Theodore S. Ransaw, Richard Majors
May 06, 2022
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 ...
By Rachel Endo
April 29, 2022
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 ...
By Mabel Ann Brown
April 29, 2022
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 ...
By Andrea Romero, Iliana Reyes
April 25, 2022
Drawing on participatory action research conducted with students, parents, families, and school staff in a Southwest community in the United States, this volume contests the interpretation of the achievement gap for students of Mexican descent in the American education system and highlights ...
By G. Sue Kasun, Irasema Mora-Pablo
February 25, 2022
Framed by the theoretical work of Gloria Anzaldúa, this volume focuses on the cultural and linguistic practices of Mexican-origin youth at the U.S. border to explore how young people engage in acts of "bridging" to develop rich, transnational identities. Using a wealth of empirical data gathered ...
By Mikiko Nishimura
February 01, 2022
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 ...