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Beyond Posters and Pennants: College-Going Messaging at Three Racially and Economically Diverse Public Schools


by Melissa A. Martinez, Isaac Torres & Katherine Lewis - 2019


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 11, 2019, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22810, Date Accessed: 10/18/2019 3:13:14 AM
 
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  • Melissa Martinez
    Texas State University
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    MELISSA A. MARTINEZ is associate professor in the Educational & Community Leadership master’s and Ph.D. in School Improvement programs at Texas State University. Her research focuses on equity and access issues along the P-16 education pipeline as it relates to college readiness, college access, and fostering a college-going culture for underserved communities, the preparation of equity-oriented school leaders who understand and can meet the needs of underserved communities, and the experiences of faculty of color in academia. Some of her scholarship has been published in The High School Journal, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Race Ethnicity and Education, Journal of Research on Leadership Education, and the Journal of School Leadership.
  • Isaac Torres
    Texas State University
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    ISAAC TORRES is a doctoral candidate in the Ph.D. in School Improvement program at Texas State University, and the Director of High School, College, and Career Success at the E3 Alliance. His research interests focus on critical discourse analysis, juvenile justice, and emerging instructional technologies for alternative settings. He has presented some of his research at the 2016 University Council for Educational Administration Conference, 2016 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, and the 2017 Annual AERA Conference.
  • Katherine Lewis
    Dominican University of California
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    KATHERINE LEWIS is an assistant professor of Education and Chair of the Multiple Subjects Credential Program at Dominican University of California. Her primary research interests are focused on the social, cultural, and philosophical aspects of education and include projects about gendered educational experiences and gender diversity in K-12 schools. Katherine presented her most recent research at the 2018 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting and some of her work is featured in the Journal of Educational Administration and History and in the Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.
 
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