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Preparing Adolescents Attending Progressive and No-Excuses Urban Charter Schools to Analyze, Navigate, and Challenge Race and Class Inequality


by Scott Seider, Daren Graves, Aaliyah El-Amin, Shelby Clark, Madora Soutter, Jalene Tamerat, Pauline Jennett, Kathryn Gramigna, Jennifer Yung, Megan Kenslea & Sherri Sklarwitz — 2016


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 118 Number 12, 2016, p. 1-54
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21661, Date Accessed: 10/20/2017 7:35:16 PM
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  • Scott Seider
    Boston University
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    SCOTT SEIDER is an associate professor of education at Boston University, where his research focuses on the civic and character development of adolescents.
  • Daren Graves
    Simmons College
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    DAREN GRAVES is an associate professor of education at Simmons College, where his research focuses on the interplay of school culture and racial identity among adolescents of color.
  • Aaliyah El-Amin
    Harvard University
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    AALIYAH EL-AMIN is a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where her research focuses on emancipatory schooling practices for African American youth.
  • Shelby Clark
    Boston University
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    SHELBY CLARK is a doctoral student at Boston University, where her research focuses on the development of curiosity and other intellectual character strengths in adolescents.
  • Madora Soutter
    Boston University
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    MADORA SOUTTER is a doctoral student at Boston University, where her research focuses on youth civic development.
  • Jalene Tamerat
    Boston University
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    JALENE TAMERAT is a doctoral student at Boston University, where her research focuses on the development of global competence in urban adolescents.
  • Pauline Jennett
    Boston University
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    PAULINE JENNETT is a doctoral student at Boston University, where her research focuses on college access and success for first-generation, low-income college students.
  • Kathryn Gramigna
    Boston University
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    KATHRYN GRAMIGNA graduated from Boston University, where she participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. She is now working as an elementary educator.
  • Jennifer Yung
    Boston University
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    JENNIFER YUNG graduated from Boston University, where she participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. She is now working as an elementary educator.
  • Megan Kenslea
    Boston University
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    graduated from Boston University, where she MEGAN KENSLEA participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. She is now working as an elementary educator.
  • Sherri Sklarwitz
    Tufts University
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    SHERRI SKLARWITZ completed her doctorate at Boston University in 2015 and is now the associate director of programs for the Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service at Tufts University.
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