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Educational Equity for Teachers

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Artiles, A. J. (2011). Toward an interdisciplinary understanding of educational equity and difference: The case of the racialization of ability. Educational Researcher, 40(9), 431–445.

Bhopal, K. (2017). Addressing racial inequalities in higher education: Equity, inclusion and social justice. Ethnic & Racial Studies, 40(13), 2293–2299.

Brown, C. M. (2015). Possibilities and paradoxes in educational equity for African Americans. Journal of African American History, 100(4), 681-693.

Carter, P. L. (2015).  Educational equity demands empathy. Contexts, 14(4), 76-78.

Clark, P., Zygmunt, E., & Howard, T. C. (2016). Why race and culture matter in schools, and why we need to “Get This Right”: A conversation with Dr. Tyrone Howard. Teacher Educator, 51(4), 268–276.

Crenshaw, K. W. (2017). Race liberalism and the deradicalization of racial reform. Harvard Law Review, 130(9), 2298–2319.

Howard, T. C. (2016). Why Black Lives (and minds) Matter: Race, freedom schools & the quest for educational equity. Journal of Negro Education, 85(2), 101–113.

Jackson, T. O., & Howard, T. C. (2014). The continuing legacy of freedom schools as sites of possibility for equity and social justice for Black students. Western Journal of Black Studies, 38(3), 155–162.

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Patton, L. D., Crenshaw, K., Haynes, C., & Watson, T. N. (2016). Why we can’t wait: (Re)Examining the opportunities and challenges for Black women and girls in education. Journal of Negro Education, 85(3), 194–198.

Ready, D. D., & Wright, D. L. (2011). Accuracy and inaccuracy in teachers’ perceptions of young children’s cognitive abilities: The role of child background and classroom context. American Educational Research Journal, 48(2), 335–360.

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