Provides a new conceptualization of curriculum and of curriculum planning that is clearer, more functional, more adequate than those previously available.
Ethnography of Black engineering majors navigating campus life at a historically White university.
Offers a vision for innovation in higher education focused on societal progress and human development, as well as for higher education's role within a broader culture of innovation.
A unique examination of how faculty and university administrators understand their work and professional identities under neoliberalism.
Brings relational sociology to bear on educational research.
Blends history and theory with practical descriptions of how spoken word poetry is taught and how to produce spoken word events.
Demonstrates the impact of global education partnerships related to information access.
Explores how race and gender matter on campus and how Black males navigate college for academic and personal success.
Demonstrates how critical race theory can be useful in real-world situations.
Examines how states, schools, and postsecondary institutions might best help improve college readiness and completion.
Analyzes interviews with students, teachers, and administrators to develop a new set of literacies essential for student success in the digital age.
Chronicles the development of a framework for collective impact in education through the perspectives of its founders and lessons learned from pioneering sites.
Shows what kind of changes college faculty make to their teaching and why they make them.
International scholars share their experiences with the challenges inherent in representing indigenous cultures and decolonizing cross-cultural research.
Argues against the “culture of science” currently dominating education discourse and in favor of a more critical understanding of various modes of inquiry.
A look at Nativity schools, alternative middle schools that have had great success educating at-risk, urban students.
Explores how and why Jewish identity varies in different locations around the world and examines the implications of these variations for Jewish education.
Examines the practices of life history, ethnographic fieldwork, and interpretation of women's narratives, ultimately asserting the importance of self-reflexivity for feminist methodology.
Investigates the new world of computer conferencing and details how writers use language when their social interaction is exclusively enacted through text on screens.
This book systematically analyzes the evidence on four key issues that have divided commentators on the community college: The community college's impact on students, business, and the universities; the ...
With the problems of the inner-cities reaching catastrophic proportions, Americans must ask themselves whether any young people in these environments can succeed at all. In our high schools, the good ...