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Combining Youth Organizing and Youth Participatory Action Research to Strengthen Student Voice in Education Reform

by Tom Dolan, Brian D. Christens & Cynthia Lin
Community organizing efforts employ different types of research as they seek to address community issues. This chapter details the evolving use of research in a youth organizing effort in San Bernardino, CA that has addressed issues in schools, the educational system, and the broader community. We examine the youth organizers’ use of organizing research and youth participatory action research (YPAR) and the contributions of each form of research to the organizing effort.
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Creative Expressions of Agency: Contemplating Youth Voice and Adult Roles in Participatory Action Research

by Vanessa Jones, Carmine Stewart, Anne Galletta & Jennifer Ayala
The chapter examines youth participation within three intergenerational collectives using participatory action research (PAR) to address educational policies youth viewed as counterproductive to their education. Outlining the complexity of youth voice, the multiple vehicles within the arts through which youth voice is expressed, and the different ways in which youth voice is received by educators and policy makers, the chapter underscores the promise of youth involvement in developing, assessing, and fundamentally altering educational policy.
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Book Reviews
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Impactful Practitioner Inquiry: The Ripple Effect on Classrooms, Schools, and Teacher Professionalism

by Sue Nichols & Phil Cormack
reviewed by Darlene Russell


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Particulars and Universals in Clinical and Developmental Psychology

by Meike Watzlawik, Alina Kriebel, Jaan Valsiner (Eds.)
reviewed by Gretchen Reevy


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Priorities of the Professoriate: Engaging Multiple Forms of Scholarship Across Rural and Urban Institutions

by Fred A. Bonner Ii,‎ Rosa M. Banda,‎ Petra A. Robinson (Eds.)
reviewed by Jay R Dee & Cheryl J. Daly


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The EdD and the Scholarly Practitioner: The CPED Path

by Jill Alexa Perry (Ed.)
reviewed by Dionne Clabaugh


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Student Affairs by the Numbers: Quantitative Research and Statistics for Professionals

by Rishi Sriram
reviewed by Brandon LeBeau



Education researcher Sarah Schneider Kavanagh discusses her article, The Promise of Anonymity: An Investigation of the Practices of ELA Teachers Facilitating Discourse About LGBTQ Topics. Watch and discuss this episode of The Voice on Vialogues.

Commentary

What Can We Learn from a Master Chef About Collaboration

by Jordi Díaz-Gibson, Peter Miller & Alan J. Daly
Ferran Adria is widely recognized as one of the best chefs in the world. As education scholars, the authors of this commentary have developed an ongoing collaborative research relationship that has drawn considerably from Adria’s approach. They suggest that this emergent Adria-inspired way of collaboration contributes to understanding international collaboration and can significantly inform other education researchers who similarly seek substantive impact in their fluid and complex settings.
Editorial

Engaging Youth in School (Kindle Book)

by Gary Natriello
This issue of the Teachers College Record Yearbook focuses on conceptualizations of engagement, the processes of engagement, portraits of engaging learning environments, and whole-school approaches to education.

TCR Yearbooks - Call for Proposals

by Gary Natriello
The editors of the Teachers College Record announce a call for proposals for future TCR Yearbooks.


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