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Inclusive Education: Examining Equity on Five Continents

reviewed by Amy Boele - April 13, 2012

coverTitle: Inclusive Education: Examining Equity on Five Continents
Author(s): Alfredo J. Artiles, Elizabeth B. Kozleski, & Federico R. Waitoller (eds.)
Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 161250115X, Pages: 290, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 13, 2012
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16753, Date Accessed: 12/1/2020 7:04:15 AM

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  • Amy Boele
    University of Colorado, Boulder
    AMY BOELÉ is currently a doctoral candidate at the School of Education, University of Colorado Boulder. Amy enjoys teaching the undergraduate course Differentiating Instruction in Elementary Classrooms to preservice teachers. Her research interests include inclusion, literacy instruction, assessment, and classroom discourse, especially pertaining to students with disabilities and English language learners. Amy’s dissertation examines teachers’ questioning practices during small-group reading instruction and the extent to which they mediate teachers’ understandings of student ability, especially for students with identified learning disabilities. Other recent projects have explored reading comprehension strategy instruction, along with the ways in which ideologies of normal serve to construct disability, as can be found in her recent coauthored publications, “Using Collaborative Strategic Reading to Foster Success for All Students in the Middle School Classrooms” and “Race, Language, and Ability: Deconstructing, Reconstructing, and Transcending Borders of Normal.”
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