by Wayne Au
This article addresses ongoing political and epistemological tensions within the field of curriculum studies through the development of a conceptual framework the author calls “curricular standpoint,” a framework that itself is an extension critical of feminists’ standpoint theory.
by Marylin J. Chambliss, Jeremy N. Price & Patricia A. Alexander
This analytical article focuses a philosophical lens on quality teaching in general, mathematics and reading education, and prominent research paradigms. It then turns the same lens on the High-Quality Teaching (HQT) study, an examination of what teachers do to help fourth- and fifth-grade students succeed in reading and mathematics. Our intent is to demonstrate how such philosophical scrutiny can lead to a fuller understanding of high-quality teaching in its varied manifestations.
This week, Sonya Douglass Horsford discusses her co-authored paper, School Resegregation in the Mississippi of the West: Community Counternarratives on the Return to Neighborhood Schools in Las Vegas, 1968-1994. Watch and discuss all episodes of The Voice on Vialogues.
by Richard Fossey & Robert C. Cloud
In re Roth, decided by the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, is an important decision that took a compassionate approach toward an insolvent college-loan debtor who filed for bankruptcy late in life without any real prospect of ever paying off her student loans.
by Gary Natriello
The editors of the Teachers College Record are pleased to announce the NSSE Yearbooks for 2013.