Most Recent Additions
Racism, Reform, Revolution? The Segrenomics of American Education. A Book Review of Cutting School: Privatization, Segregation, and the End of Public Education
Sue Ellen Henry, Michael Drabich, Charlotte Detwiler, Katelyn Kempf, Katherine Kromer, Anthony Scrima, Kafilat Oladiran, Melanie Scurto, Will Simonson, and Janey Woo
Actualizing the Rights of the Learner: The Role of Pedagogical Listening
Allison Hintz, Kersti Tyson, and Andrea R. English
Considering the Rights of Learners in Classrooms: The Importance of Mistakes and Growth Assessment Practices
Jo Boaler and Robin Anderson
Should Deliberative Democratic Inclusion Extend to Children?
Last Year's Choice Is This Year's Voice: Valuing Democratic Practices in the Classroom through Student-Selected Literature
Michael D. Boatright and Amelia Allman
Open, Risky, and Antioppressive: Hope for an Agonistic Deliberative Model. A Response to "Empowering Young People through Conflict and Conciliation: Attending to the Political and Agonism in Democratic Education"
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