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How Does Location Impact Meaning and Opportunity? Rural Schools and the NCATE Diversity Standard


by Debra Miretzky & Sharon Stevens - 2012


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 114 Number 5, 2012, p. 1-36
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16325, Date Accessed: 7/26/2021 9:20:12 AM
 
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  • Debra Miretzky
    Western Illinois University
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    DEBRA MIRETZKY is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational and Disciplinary Studies at Western Illinois. She teaches social foundations and education law and policy classes, and is interested in effective strategies for teaching about diversity and for enhancing teachers’ sense of agency in diverse and challenging classrooms. She recently published “My Professor Has Her Opinion and She Sticks with It: Using Multiculturalism to Challenge Assumptions.”
  • Sharon Stevens
    Western Illinois University
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    SHARON STEVENS is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational and Disciplinary Studies at Western Illinois. She teaches educational psychology classes and is interested in effective strategies for facilitating students’ learning in teacher education programs. She recently coauthored the studies “Parent–Teacher–Student Discrepancies in Academic Ability Beliefs: Influences on Parent Involvement” and “Parent and Teacher Perceptions of Students’ General Scholastic Abilities: Effects on Involvement and Communication.”
 
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