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When School Policies Backfire: How Well-intended Measures Can Harm Our Most Vulnerable Students


reviewed by Rosalind Raby — March 06, 2017

coverTitle: When School Policies Backfire: How Well-intended Measures Can Harm Our Most Vulnerable Students
Author(s): Michael A. Gottfried & Gilberto Q. Conchas (Eds.)
Publisher: Harvard Education Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 161250907X, Pages: 222, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 06, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21855, Date Accessed: 3/23/2017 4:16:40 PM

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  • Rosalind Raby
    California State University, Northridge
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    ROSALIND LATINER RABY, Ph.D. is Senior Lecturer at California State University, Northridge in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department of the College of Education and is an affiliate faculty for the ELPS Ed.D. Community College program. She also serves as the Director of California Colleges for International Education, a non-profit consortium whose membership includes ninety-one California community colleges. Dr. Raby received her Ph.D. in the field of Comparative and International Education from UCLA and since 1984, has worked with community college faculty and administrators to help them internationalize their campuses. Dr. Raby has been publishing in the field of community college internationalization since 1985. Her latest book is International Education at Community Colleges: Themes, Practices, and Case Studies (Palgrave). Other publications on the topic of international education and community colleges are: “A comparative view of Colleges of Further Education (UK) and Community Colleges (US): maintaining access in an era of Financial constraint.” with Martin Jephcote. Research in Post-Compulsory Education 17,(3), September 2012, 349–366. Financing Community Colleges (2011); Community College Models: Globalization and Higher Education Reform (Spring, 2009); “Community Colleges and Study Abroad” in NAFSA’s Guide to Education Abroad for Advisers and Administrators: 3rd Edition (2005).
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