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Activist Principals: Leading for Social Justice in Ciudad Juárez, Baltimore, and Brazil

by David Edward DeMatthews & Rebecca Tarlau - 2019

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 4, 2019, p. 1-36
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22589, Date Accessed: 8/8/2020 8:41:58 AM
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  • David DeMatthews
    University of Texas at Austin
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    DAVID EDWARD DEMATTHEWS is an associate professor of educational leadership at the University of Texas at Austin. His research explores issues related to school leadership, urban education, community engagement, and social justice. Recent publications include: DeMatthews, D. E. (2018). Community engaged leadership for social justice: A critical approach in urban schools. New York, NY: Routledge. DeMatthews, D. E., Carey, R. L., Olivarez, A., Moussavi-Saeedi, K. (2017). Guilty as charged? Principals’ perspectives and enactment of suspension and the racial discipline gap. Educational Administration Quarterly, 53(4), 519–555.
  • Rebecca Tarlau
    Pennsylvania State University
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    REBECCA TARLAU is an assistant professor of education and labor and employment at the Pennsylvania State University. Her ethnographic research agenda has three broad areas of focus: (1) Theories of the state and state-society relations; (2) Social movements, critical pedagogy, and learning; (3) Latin American education and development. Her scholarship engages in debates in the fields of political sociology, international and comparative education, adult education, critical pedagogy, global and transnational sociology, and social theory.
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