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A Beautiful Struggle: Reimagining Neighborhood Schools in Urban Communities

by Karen Hunter Quartz, Rebecca Cooper Geller & Shanté Stuart McQueen - 2020

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 122 Number 2, 2020, p. 1-46
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23065, Date Accessed: 10/24/2021 5:08:59 AM
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  • Karen Hunter Quartz
    University of California Los Angeles
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    KAREN HUNTER QUARTZ directs the UCLA Center for Community Schooling and is a faculty member in the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies. Her research, teaching, and service focus on community school development, teacher autonomy and retention, and educational reform. Recent publications include “Framing, Supporting, and Tracking College-For-All Reform: A Local Case of Public Scholarship,” forthcoming in the High School Journal; and “University-Partnered New School Designs: Fertile Ground for Research–Practice Partnerships,” in Educational Researcher.
  • Rebecca Cooper Geller
    University of California Los Angeles
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    REBECCA C. GELLER is a doctoral candidate in Urban Schooling at UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. Her research focuses on social studies education, culturally relevant teaching, civic and political education, and critical race theory. Recent publications include a review of The Fight for America’s Schools: Grassroots Organizing in Education, with K. H. Quartz, in Teachers College Record; and “Teaching and Learning in the Age of Trump: Increasing Stress and Hostility in America’s High Schools,” a report with J. Rogers, M. Franke, and colleagues from UCLA’s Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access.
  • Shanté Stuart McQueen
    University of Pittsburgh
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    SHANTÉ STUART MCQUEEN is a postdoctoral associate at the Center on Race and Social Problems at the University of Pittsburgh where she is exploring restorative justice programming, ethnocentric parenting practices, and community school partnerships. Her research includes school transformation in urban communities, community schools, and more specifically classroom-level integration of school–community and school–university partnerships. Recent publications include Becoming a Community School: Teacher Perspectives Through the Transition from Traditional Public to Public Community School (dissertation) and “School-University Partnerships: Reflections from a Teacher-Researcher,” in Southern California Professional Development School.
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