Most Recent Additions
Too Much Storytelling, Too Little Democracy. A Book Review of Critical Issues in Democratic Schooling
Bridget Brett, Emma Curtin, Sue Ellen Henry, Lili Kilkenny, Maddyson Mallory, Daija Misler, Bess Murad, and Lucia Singer
Education “Failure” Narrative Indispensable to Failed School Privatization Schemes Organized by a Failed State. A Response to "Public Schools At-Risk: Examining a Century of U.S. Media Coverage of 'Unsatisfactory Student Performance' and the Rise of School Privatization"
Middle School Mathematics Teachers’ Efforts to Foster Classroom Democracies. A Response to "Creating a Democratic Mathematics Classroom"
Amanda Jansen, Lorianne Kalb, and Denise McCunney
Do Politics in Our Democracy Prevent Schooling for Our Democracy? Civic Education in Highly Partisan Times
Joseph Kahne, John S. Rogers, and Alexander Kwako
Scientifically Based Research and Teacher Agency: Combating “Conspiracies of Certainty”
Kurt Stemhagen and Brionna C. Nomi
Community Insurgency: Constituency, School Choice, and the Common Good
Andrew Pendola, Bryan Mann, David T. Marshall, and Jason Bryant
Without a Philosophy, Chaos Ensues. A Book Review of When Kids Rule the School: The Power and Promise of Democratic Education
Kara Follosco, Sue Ellen Henry, Victoria Loffredo, Tyler Rifkin, and Garbielle Walsh
Creating Democratic Classroom Communities with Morning Meeting Humanizing Social Practices. A Response to "The Morning Meeting: Fostering a Participatory Democracy Begins with Youth in Public Education"
Maureen P. Boyd and Brian Edmiston
The Power and Promise of Scaffolded Reading Instruction for Teaching Civic Literacy. A Response to "Supporting Students to Read Complex Texts on Civic Issues: The Role of Scaffolded Reading Instruction in Democratic Education"
Melanie M. McCormick and Anne-Lise Halvorsen
*Updated as of 01/22/22.