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When Grit Isn't Enough: A High School Principal Examines How Poverty and Inequality Thwart the College-for-All Promise


reviewed by Erin Feinauer Whiting & Sionelle Beller — March 08, 2018

coverTitle: When Grit Isn't Enough: A High School Principal Examines How Poverty and Inequality Thwart the College-for-All Promise
Author(s): Linda F. Nathan
Publisher: Beacon Press, Boston
ISBN: 0807042986, Pages: 184, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 08, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22300, Date Accessed: 9/26/2018 8:57:03 AM

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  • Erin Whiting
    Brigham Young University
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    ERIN FEINAUER WHITING is an associate professor of multicultural education at Brigham Young University. Her research focuses on understanding and alleviating social inequality with a focus on school community, belonging, and organization for the inclusion of all students. She is currently engaged in research examining how pre-service teacher candidates prepare for teaching through a critical multicultural education that is intended to unpack social privilege and cultural difference for their future work with diverse students.
  • Sionelle Beller
    Brigham Young University
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    SIONELLE BELLER is a 2nd grade teacher and graduate student at Brigham Young University. Her research examines the ways kindergarteners in two-way immersion programs talk about friendship and belonging in the context of language differences.
 
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