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The Every Student Succeeds Act and Multicultural Education: A Critical Race Theory Analysis


by Floyd D. Beachum - 2018


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 120 Number 13, 2018, p. 1-18
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22339, Date Accessed: 7/16/2020 10:34:58 AM
 
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  • Floyd Beachum
    Lehigh University
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    FLOYD D. BEACHUM is the Bennett Professor of Urban School Leadership at Lehigh University, where he is also an associate professor and program director for educational leadership in the College of Education. He received his doctorate in leadership studies from Bowling Green State University, with an emphasis in educational administration. Dr. Beachum has a total of 22 years in education (K–12 and higher education). Before becoming a faculty member, he worked as a substitute teacher, student teacher, classroom teacher, and lead teacher for social studies. His research interests are leadership in urban education, moral and ethical leadership, and social justice issues in K–12 schools. Dr. Beachum has authored several peer-reviewed articles on these topics in several journals. In addition, his most recent books include Educational Leadership and Music: Lessons for Tomorrow’s School Leaders (2017) and Improving Educational Outcomes of Vulnerable Children (2018).
 
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