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Cultural Match or Culturally Suspect: How New Teachers of Color Negotiate Sociocultural Challenges in the Classroom


by Betty Achinstein & Julia Aguirre - 2008


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 8, 2008, p. 1505-1540
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15156, Date Accessed: 6/16/2021 6:58:36 PM
 
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  • Betty Achinstein
    University of California, Santa Cruz
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    BETTY ACHINSTEIN is a researcher at the New Teacher Center, University of California, Santa Cruz. Her research interests include new teacher socialization; diversity, equity, and schooling; mentoring and induction; and professional communities. Her recent publications include Mentors in the Making: Developing New Leaders for New Teachers(Teachers College Press 2006) with Steven Z. Athanases; “(In)fidelity: What New Teacher Resistance Reveals About Professional Principles and Prescriptive Educational Policies” in Harvard Educational Review (2006) with Rodney T. Ogawa; and “Focusing New Teachers on Diversity and Equity: Toward a Knowledge Base for Mentors” in Teaching and Teacher Education (2005) with Steven Z. Athanases.
  • Julia Aguirre
    University of Washington, Tacoma
    JULIA AGUIRRE is an assistant professor of education at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Her research interests include mathematics learning and teaching, teacher cognition, teacher education, roles of race/ethnicity, language, culture, and class in mathematics education, and culturally responsive pedagogy. Her recent publications include: "Examining the Relationship Between Beliefs and Goals in Teacher Practice," Journal of Mathematical Behavior (2000), with N. Speer and "Examining Teacher Beliefs Related to Algebra Competency in the context of the 'Algebra for All' Reform Debate," In M. L. Fernandez (Ed.) (2000) .
 
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