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Making Class: Children’s Perceptions of Social Class Through Illustrations

by Adam Howard, Katy Swalwell & Karlyn Adler - 2018

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 120 Number 7, 2018, p. 1-44
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22130, Date Accessed: 9/17/2021 12:08:55 PM
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  • Adam Howard
    Colby College
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    ADAM HOWARD, Ed.D., is professor of education and director of education at Colby College. His research interests include social class issues in education, privilege, identity development of affluent youth, and elite education. He is author of Learning Privilege: Lessons of Power and Identity in Affluent Schooling and co-author (with 23 of his undergraduate students) of Negotiating Privilege and Identity in Educational Contexts.
  • Katy Swalwell
    Iowa State University
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    KATY SWALWELL is an assistant professor of education and team lead for the Elementary Education Program at Iowa State University. Her research focuses on how social studies education can serve as a tool for social justice with a focus on economic inequality and racism. She is author of Educating Activist Allies: Social Justice Pedagogy with the Suburban and Urban Elite
  • Karlyn Adler
    The School at Columbia University
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    KARLYN ADLER is a lead kindergarten teacher at The School at Columbia University. She earned a bachelor of arts at Colby College and masters of arts at Teachers College, Columbia University.
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