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Classroom, School, and District Impacts on Diverse Student Literacy Achievement


by Kristen Campbell Wilcox , Hal A. Lawson & Janet Angelis — 2015


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 9, 2015, p. 1-38
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18049, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 9:40:32 AM
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  • Kristen Wilcox
    University at Albany
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    KRISTEN CAMPBELL WILCOX is an assistant professor in the Educational Theory and Practice Department of the University at Albany. A former ESL and EFL teacher in the U.S. Puerto Rico and Brazil, her areas of research interest have focused on the intersections of language, culture, and academic achievement among diverse youth. She has published her research findings in such journals as Education and Urban Society, Research in the Teaching of English, Reading & Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, and Cultural Studies: Critical Methodologies.
  • Hal Lawson
    University at Albany
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    HAL A. LAWSON is Professor of Educational Administration and Policy Studies and also Professor of Social Welfare. This joint appointment reflects his interests in partnerships among schools, families, community agencies, neighborhood organizations, governments, businesses, and higher education institutions. Partnerships formed to meet the needs of vulnerable populations and their communities and ones involving laypersons’ leadership and expertise comprise a special priority. Recent articles have been published in the Peabody Journal of Education, Review of Educational Research, Journal of Family Strength, and Children & Schools.
  • Janet Angelis
    University at Albany
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    JANET IVES ANGELIS is Associate Director of the Albany Institute for Research in Education in the University at Albany School of Education. Originally a middle school teacher, she has spent most of her career actively working to bring research results to schools, classrooms, and districts in usable forms and formats. Her research interests focus primarily on how research is used in practice. Recent articles have been published in Phi Delta Kappan, Educational Leadership, the Kappan blog, and state professional and policy journals and newsletters.
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