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Restorative Practice Meets Social Justice: Unsilencing the Voices of “at-Promise” Student Populations


reviewed by Margaret Price — June 22, 2017

coverTitle: Restorative Practice Meets Social Justice: Unsilencing the Voices of “at-Promise” Student Populations
Author(s): Anthony H. Normore & Antonia Issa Lahera (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 168123727X, Pages: 234, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 22, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22058, Date Accessed: 12/10/2017 11:10:50 PM

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  • Margaret Price
    Texas Tech University
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    MARGARET A./PEGGIE PRICE is an emeritus associate professor in the area of Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education at Texas Tech University. Her career spanned 18 years in public school education and 18 years as a teacher educator. As a teacher educator she was involved in the development of multiple professional development schools for the collaborative, inclusive preparation of tomorrow’s teachers. Her research interests include critical uses of qualitative research, faculty advocacy in higher education, and autoethnography as a means of exposing social justice issues. Her most recent publication is: McMillan, S., Todd, R. & Price M (Spring 2017) Like a Phoenix Rising: The Pedagogy of Critically Reclaiming Education--An Autoethnographic Study. Critical Questions in Education, 8(2), 206-220.
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