by Meredith P. Richards & Kori J. Stroub
This study examines the effects of metropolitan school district fragmentation―the proliferation of public school districts within a metropolitan area―on the trajectory of racial/ethnic school segregation between 2002 and 2010.
by Michael DeSchryver
This article proposes a theory through which to better understand, evaluate, and scaffold the generative synthesis of knowledge in a web-mediated world. The theory is based on a review of literature from a diverse range of scholarly fields as well as an empirical investigation of advanced learners on the web.
Education researcher Jessica Pandya discusses her co-authored article, Transnational Children Orchestrating Competing Voices in Multimodal, Digital Autobiographies . Watch and discuss this episode of The Voice on Vialogues.
by Jim Burns
After reflecting on a recent collaborative research effort, the author of this commentary asks two questions: "Where do I fit in?" and "Where do I find hope?" He suggests that fitting in, in the context of neoliberal educational anti-culture, may actually be a non-place of restive work in techno-rationalized education institutions.
by Gary Natriello
Teachers College Record subscriptions will now include two yearbooks in each calendar year.