Research focus on impact of P/K-12 curricula on self-concept and academic achievement of students of color, reform of teacher preparation, and Latino racial identity development.


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Hitting the Ground Running: Why Introductory Teacher Education Courses should deal with Multiculturalism

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A Systems Alignment Model for Examining School Practices: A Standards-based Alignment Model

Conceptual development and literature support for a standards-based alignment model used to study schools in Florida that serve students of poverty and Limited English Proficiency (LEP).

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The Need to Reestablish Schools as Dynamic Positive Human Energy Systems that are Non-Linear and Self-Organizing: The Learning Partnership Tree

Findings of a study of high achieving public elementary schools with high percentages of low SES and Limited English Proficient (LEP) students.

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The Proliferation of Marginal Research for Dollars

This paper discusses tensions between researchers and external funders around what constituted legitimate ways of knowing and conducting research. It examines epistemological, methodological, economic, and political issues.

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Teacher and Principal Preparation Programs: Reforms that Sustain High Performance and Learning in High Poverty and Diverse Schools

Nine high poverty elementary schools with majority students of color and at least 10% designated as English Language Learners were examined to learn about effective practices.

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