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Social Justice Policymaking in Teacher Education from Conception to Application: Realizing Standard VI


by Leslie David Burns & sj Miller — 2017


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 119 Number 2, 2017, p. 1-38
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21682, Date Accessed: 10/24/2017 5:33:22 AM
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  • Leslie Burns
    University of Kentucky
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    LESLIE BURNS is an award-winning author, educationist, and Associate Professor of Literacy in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Kentucky. He is one of seven authors of the NCTE/CAEP National Standards for the Preparation of English Language Arts Teachers, Grades 7–12, and was lead author of NCTE/CAEP Standard VI for social justice. Dr. Burns served as chief curriculum consultant for the national John I. Wilson Award-winning Kentucky Model Curriculum Framework, is a winner of the Edward Fry Book Award for advancement of knowledge in Literacy, and is coeditor of Peter Lang Publishing’s Social Justice Across Contexts in Education book series. His latest book, Teach on Purpose, was published by Teachers College Press in Spring 2016.
  • sj Miller
    University of Colorado–Boulder
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    sj MILLER is an award-winning author and Associate Professor of Literacy at the University of Colorado–Boulder. Dr. Miller has published widely in journals and presented at national conferences on a variety of topics related to teaching young adult literature, antibullying pedagogy, undervalued student literacies and identities, challenging the gender binary, multimodal applications of popular culture in secondary classrooms, and cultivating sociospatial justice dispositions with secondary preservice English teachers. sj’s work influenced the newly vetted NCTE/CAEP Social Justice Standard VI. Recent books include Change Matters: Critical Essays on Moving Social Justice Research from Theory to Policy and Generation BULLIED 2.0: Prevention and Intervention Strategies for Our Most Vulnerable Students. sj is a member of the Conference on English Education Executive Committee, series coeditor of Social Justice Across Contexts in Education with Peter Lang Publishers, and coeditor of English Education.
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