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Teacher Agency for Equity: A Framework for Conscientious Engagement


reviewed by Arturo Olivarez - August 27, 2018

coverTitle: Teacher Agency for Equity: A Framework for Conscientious Engagement
Author(s): Raquel Ríos
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: B073RPB78H, Pages: 226, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 27, 2018
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22482, Date Accessed: 12/4/2020 12:18:48 AM

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  • Arturo Olivarez
    University of Texas
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    ARTURO OLIVAREZ is a professor of educational research with emphasis on quantitative methods and the application of univariate and multivariate statistics, measurement/assessment, and evaluation of educational programs in the Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations in the College of Education at the University of Texas at El Paso. He is an expert on educational research with an emphasis on issues of college student success, teacher preparation issues, and measurement issues across vulnerable and unrepresented student populations.

    He has served on over 115 doctoral dissertation committees, published more than 47 refereed research articles, and presented at more than 100 research conferences. Recently, we were awarded the William J. Davis Award for outstanding scholarship for the 2017 publication entitled “Guilty as charged? Principals’ perspectives on disciplinary practices and racial discipline gap.” by UCEA. Educational Administration Quarterly, 53(4) 519-555.

 
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