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In Fits and Starts: Learning to Create a Neighborhood Educational Opportunity Zone


by Martin Scanlan & Peter Miller ó 2013


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 5, 2013, p. 1-44
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16948, Date Accessed: 10/20/2017 8:31:13 AM
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  • Martin Scanlan
    Marquette University
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    DR. MARTIN SCANLAN is an assistant professor in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. Scanlanís teaching and scholarship focuses on educational leadership and organizational learning, particularly with regard to promoting educational opportunities for traditionally marginalized students. Recent publications include an analysis of how school leaders effectively serve culturally and linguistically diverse students (Scanlan & Lopez, 2012) and a study of two socially just school principals (Scanlan, 2012).

    Scanlan, M., & Lopez, F. (2012). °Vamos! How school leaders promote equity and excellence for bilingual students. Educational Administration Quarterly, 1-43.

    Scanlan, M. (2012). Inadvertent exemplars: Life history portraits of two socially just principals. Journal of School Leadership, 22(1).

  • Peter Miller
    University of Wisconsin - Madison
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    DR. PETER MILLER is an assistant professor in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research and teaching focuses on community-based leadership and integrated reform, particularly amid contexts of poverty and homelessness. Recent work includes an examination of homeless familiesí education networks (Miller, 2011a) and a critical analysis of the research on student homelessness (Miller, 2011b).

    Miller, P. (2011a). Homeless Familiesí Education Networks: An Examination of Access and Mobilization. Educational Administration Quarterly.

    Miller, P. (2011b). A Critical Analysis of the Research on Student Homelessness. Review of Educational Research, 81(3), 308-337.

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