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Erasure and Survival: Creating a Future and Managing a Past in a Restructuring High School

by Anne Galletta & Jennifer Ayala - 2008

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 9, 2008, p. 1959-1985
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15179, Date Accessed: 12/4/2020 6:38:41 PM
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  • Anne Galletta
    Cleveland State University
    ANNE GALLETTA, PhD, is assistant professor at Cleveland State University. Her research interests include the study of school reform, with a particular interest in interpersonal and intergroup relations within schools, educational equity, cultural identity, and educational change processes. A recent publication is “Past as Present, Present as Past: Historicizing Black Education and Interrogating ‘Integration’” by A. Galletta and W. E. Cross, Jr., 2007, in A. Fuligni (Ed.), Contesting stereotypes and creating identities: Social categories, social identities, and educational participation, New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  • Jennifer Ayala
    Saint Peter’s College
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    JENNIFER AYALA is assistant professor of education at Saint Peter’s College. Her research interests include issues of culture, race/ethnicity, and gender in education, with a specific interest in mestiza consciousness and borderland theories, and participatory action research as social justice work in collaborations between colleges and secondary schools. Recent publications include “Voces in Dialogue: What Is Our Work in the Academy?” by J. Ayala, 2007, in K. Gonzalez & R.V. Padilla (Eds.), Latina/o Faculty Perspectives on Higher Education for the Public Good, Stylus Publications; and “Confianza, Consejos and Contradictions: Gender and Sexuality Lessons Between Latina Adolescent Daughters and Their Mothers” by J. Ayala, 2006, in J. Denner & B. Guzman (Eds.), Latina Girls: Voices of Adolescent Strength in the United States, New York University Press, New York.
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