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Sociocultural Studies in Education: Critical Thinking for Democracy

reviewed by Robert E. Lee & Jerry B. Olson - April 13, 2015

coverTitle: Sociocultural Studies in Education: Critical Thinking for Democracy
Author(s): Richard A. Quantz
Publisher: Paradigm Publishers, Boulder
ISBN: 1612056946, Pages: 308, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 13, 2015
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17926, Date Accessed: 4/21/2021 6:33:29 AM

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  • Robert Lee
    Illinois State University
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    ROBERT E. LEE is the founding executive director of the Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline™ at Illinois State University, which is grounded in social justice and works to cultivate and sustain innovative, resilient, and effective educators for urban schools and their communities. This collaborative model of urban teacher preparation has raised teacher quality to improve school progress and student achievement. Lee’s most recent publications include a co-authored paper (2014), A survey to assess barriers to urban teaching careers, in the journal Urban Education; and a co-authored chapter, Beyond the Ivory Tower: The role of contextually based course redesign in a community-embedded urban teacher preparation model for the Routledge publication, Moving Teacher Education into Urban Schools and Communities (2013). In 2014, Lee was awarded a $10.1M US Department of Education grant entitled URBAN CENTER (Using Research-Based Actions to Network Cities Engaged in New Teacher Education Reform) Project to replicate the successful Chicago pipeline model to additional urban school districts in Illinois.
  • Jerry Olson
    Northeastern Illinois University
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    JERRY B. OLSON is a former Associate Dean and Professor Emeritus at Northeastern Illinois University. Olson founded in 1978 the Chicago Teachers’ Center, a recognized leader in educational reform in Chicago. Currently, with a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in education and a Doctorate in Psychotherapy from the Institute for Psychoanalysis in Chicago, Olson functions as an external evaluator on several federal and state grants for various not-for-profit organizations and universities in Chicago, and is a practicing psychotherapist.
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