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African American Students’ Experiences in Special Education Programs


by Eleanor Craft & Aimee Howley - 2018


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 120 Number 10, 2018, p. 1-35
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22260, Date Accessed: 3/28/2020 11:53:37 AM
 
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  • Eleanor Craft
    Palm Beach County School District
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    ELEANOR CRAFT is a school counselor for the Palm Beach County School District and has been an educator for 12 years. She also serves as the copresident of the Palm Beach School Counselors Association, where she promotes and advocates for comprehensive school counseling programs. She obtained a bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University, a master’s degree in school counseling from the University of Dayton, and an Ed.D. in educational administration from Ohio University. Her current research interests include educational leadership, the cultivation of resiliency in students, equity in education, and social emotional learning.
  • Aimee Howley
    Ohio University
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    AIMEE HOWLEY is an emeritus faculty member in Ohio University’s College of Education. Currently she is the owner of and lead researcher for WordFarmers LLC. With degrees in philosophy, special education, and educational administration, Howley’s research over the years has focused on equitable policy and social justice education, especially for students and families in rural schools and communities and students with exceptionalities.
 
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