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A Dream Deferred: A Retrospective View of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy


by Vanessa Dodo Seriki & Cory T Brown — 2017

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 119 Number 1, 2017, p. 1-8
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21703, Date Accessed: 10/17/2017 8:06:54 PM

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  • Vanessa Seriki
    Loyola University Maryland
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    VANESSA DODO SERIKI is an Assistant Professor of Science & Urban Education at Loyola University Maryland. Her research interests include the use of culturally relevant pedagogy and cultural modeling in science education; the intersectionality of race and class in education (including P–12, higher education, teacher education, and science education) as seen through the lens of critical race theory; and accessibility of STEM education by all learners, particularly those underrepresented in the STEM pipeline. Her research and professional development work around CRP have provided her unique insight into the application of CRP in P–12 education.
  • Cory Brown
    Murray State University
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    CORY T. BROWN currently serves as the Ashland Inc. Endowed Assistant Professor of Education in the Early Childhood and Elementary Education Department at Murray State University. There he teaches and coordinates the foundations of education courses for all education majors. His research centers on educational inequality, social justice education, and pedagogical practices that demonstrate the successful incorporation of culturally relevant and culturally responsive teaching methods that are critical to the success of all students.
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