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This chapter sampler showcases titles from the NCTE-Routledge Research series. The series, copublished by the National Council of Teachers of English and Routledge, focuses on literacy studies in P-12 classroom and related contexts. Volumes in this series are invited publications or publications submitted in response to a call for manuscripts. They are primarily authored or co-authored works which are theoretically significant and broadly relevant to the P-12 literacy community. The series may also include occasional landmark compendiums of research.

The scope of the series includes qualitative and quantitative methodologies; a range of perspectives and approaches (e.g., sociocultural, cognitive, feminist, linguistic, pedagogical, critical, historical, anthropological); and research on diverse populations, contexts (e.g., classrooms, school systems, families, communities), and forms of literacy (e.g., print, electronic, popular media).

Chapter 1: Translanguaging Pedagogies in a Bilingual Preschool Classroom shares strategies that have proved essential for nurturing the authors' relationship as a teacher-teacher dyad negotiating challenges as they worked to bridge the divide between the preschool classroom and the university through their partnership.

Chapter 2: Black Linguistic Consciousness presents composite character counterstories that reflect how students began to develop a Black Linguistic Consciousness following the Antiracist Black Language Pedagogy.

Chapter 3: Constructing Meaning Independently describes how the book's focal students talked about the specific practices they used when they independently read a biology and an English language arts text.

Chapter 4: Hybrid Teacher Identities looks at the discursive ways the Black and Latina preservice teachers reconcile tensions between their racial and linguistic identities and the construction of teach identities in the current context or preservice teacher education in the United States.

Chapter 5: Language Difference and Inequality looks at ways to intervene in the lives of bilingual students in a collective effore to provide them with the cricial awareness of language they need to naviaget and negotiate an increasingly complex and ever fluctuating set of circumstances.

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