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Francis is the student body president. She has a 4.3 GPA. She is enrolled in honors and AP classes and… Read More »

How does a predominantly White, middle class, rural high school in Vermont prioritize racial justice and educational equity? Mike McRaith,… Read More »

In the education world, well-intentioned adults often gather to discuss evidence-based instructional techniques they intend to implement to improve student… Read More »

When I was starting out as a youth worker in San Francisco’s Mission District in the 1990s, I saw powerful… Read More »

Eric Toshalis

Researcher Positionality

“What you see depends on where you stand.” “And where you stand is the result of where you’ve been.” Many… Read More »

Leah Q. Peoples, Evan M. Johnston, and Pamela D’Andrea Martínez

Linking Equity to Practice: A User-Friendly Tool to Document How Educators Center Students

Research is a tool that can be used to deepen our understanding about getting to equity. Although researchers are often… Read More »

College pennants hang on the walls of a charter middle school and shout the names of academic institutions far from… Read More »

In education research, whose knowledge do we most trust? Who is at the table when we make decisions about where… Read More »

Every year, there are renewed calls to improve, reform, and reinvent public education for all students, and particularly for marginalized… Read More »

The Nellie Mae Education Foundation, in partnership with the RAND Corporation, has been working hand in hand with teachers, school leaders,… Read More »

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