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The Discipline Gap: What’s Trust Got to Do With It?


by Lisa S. Romero - 2018


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 120 Number 11, 2018, p. 1-30
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22459, Date Accessed: 3/1/2021 10:35:47 AM
 
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  • Lisa Romero
    California State University Sacramento
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    LISA S. ROMERO is an associate professor in the Doctorate of Educational Leadership program in the College of Education at California State University Sacramento. Her research focuses on school improvement for underrepresented groups, equity, trust, social capital, and school climate. She is the author of “Trust, Behavior and High School Outcomes” in the Journal of Educational Administration and “Toward Understanding Trust” with Douglas E. Mitchell in Educational Administration Quarterly. Before joining the academy, Lisa worked as a public school teacher and administrator. Her experience in public education provides her with particular insight into the nexus of theory and praxis.
 
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