by Nicole L. LouieThis article highlights four types of resources that appear critical for supporting teacher learning through investigation of two cases of close teacher engagement with equity-oriented practice and two cases of relatively low engagement.
by Christine Andrews-Larson, Jonee Wilson & Adrian Larbi-CherifIn this article, the authors examine the focus and facilitation of teachersí collaborative conversations in schools that exhibited growth in instructional quality.
by Leslie David Burns & sj MillerThis article describes the development of the first formally accepted national standard for social justice teacher education in U.S. history. The article culminates in a discussion of how policymaking influences professional realizations about social justice as a matter of fundamental education policy reform and local practice.
by Ahlam LeeThis article explores the effects of computer-based learning activities in math classrooms on STEM major selection in 4-year postsecondary institutions. The author uses a nationally representative sample of U.S. young adults who enrolled in 4-year postsecondary institutions by 2006.
by Chris CurranThis study estimates the impact of the use of Teach for America by a school district on teacher vacancies reported by the district.
by Michael A. GottfriedThis study examines whether differences in achievement and socioemotional outcomes are correlated with having attended center-based care before/after school during kindergarten for children with disabilities.
by Xueli Wang, Yating Chuang & Bo McCreadyDrawing upon national data and two quasi-experimental methods, this study investigates the effect of earning an associate degree prior to transfer on community college transfer studentsí success at 4-year institutions.
by Thomas Fallace & Victoria FantozziIn this essay, the authors review the extensive literature on the Dewey School to argue that most accounts of the school relate at least one of three historiographical myths: the Dewey School as misunderstood; the Dewey School as triumph; and/or the Dewey School as tragedy.