by Michael A. Gottfried & Kevin A. Gee
Drawing upon Bronfenbrenner’s bioecological model of development, authors investigate how key process, person, and contextual factors concurrently explain the incidence of chronic absenteeism among kindergarteners in the U.S.
by Sara E. N. Kangas
This study examined the service provision practices of a bilingual school for English language learners with special needs and how these practices shaped the educational opportunities of these students.
Education researcher Amanda Kibler discusses her co-authored article, Languages Across Borders: Social Network Development in an Adolescent Two-Way Dual-Language Program. Watch and discuss this episode on Vialogues.
by Christopher Denham
Civil discourse is a necessary component to a functioning society, but one that seems to be recently absent. This paper discusses the need for civil discourse education, and the key features of English and Language Arts classes that make them an especially strong platform for teaching and modeling civil discourse.
by Gary Natriello
TCR announces the end of the current editors' term.