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Submissions from 2016

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Crossing “The Problem of the Color Line”: White Mathematics Teachers and Black Students, Carla Bidwell and David W. Stinson

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Breaking The Taboo: What My Mother’s Suicide Might Teach Us in Critical Social Justice and Faith Work, and Perhaps Beyond, G. Sue Kasun

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Disrupting ELL Teacher Candidates’ Identities: Indigenizing Teacher Education in One Study Abroad Program, G. Sue Kasun and Cinthya M. Saavedra

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Dewey, Freire, and Foucault and an ever-evolving philosophy of (mathematics) education, David W. Stinson

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How Many Different Barbies? How Many Different Girls? How Many Different Girls in Mathematics?, David W. Stinson

Submissions from 2015

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A Heritage Language Learner’s Literacy Practices in a Korean Language Course in a U.S. University: From a Multiliteracies Perspective, Jayoung Choi

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Reviewing for JUME: Advancing the field of Urban Mathematics Education [Editorial], David W. Stinson

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The Journal Handbook of Research on Urban Mathematics Teaching and Learning: A Resource Guide for the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015, David W. Stinson

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Critical postmodern methodology in mathematics education research: Promoting another way of thinking and looking, David W. Stinson and Erika C. Bullock

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Exploring different theoretical frontiers – A symposium, David W. Stinson, Erika Bullock, Eric Gutstein, Indigo Esmonde, Tesha Sengupta-Irving, Danny Martin, Niral Shah, and Rochelle Gutiérrez

Submissions from 2014

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The Challenge to Create a “Community of Believers”: Civil Rights Superintendent Alonzo Crim and Atlanta’s School Desegregation Compromise, Chara H. Bohan and Lauren Yarnell Bradshaw

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A beginning professor’s linguistic and teaching identity, Jayoung Choi

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Motherboards, Microphones and Metaphors: Re-examining New Literacies and Black Feminist Thought through Technologies of Self, Tisha Lewis Ellison and David E. Kirkland

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Hidden Knowing of Working-Class Transnational Mexican Families in Schools: Bridge-Building, Nepantlera Knowers, G. Sue Kasun

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An African American mother's stories as T.M.I.: Ethics and vulnerability around traumatic narratives in digital literacy research, Tisha Y. Lewis

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Looking at the past for help in the present: The role of historical photos in middle and secondary history classes, Jearl Nix and Chara H. Bohan

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Helping ESOL students find their voice in social studies, Aubrey Brammar Southall and Chara H. Bohan

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Practicing the science of culturally relevant mathematics pedagogy: Indeed, it is just good mathematics teaching!, David W. Stinson

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Teaching mathematics for social justice: An ethical and moral imperative? [Editorial], David W. Stinson

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Essentialism and respecting the other, Gertrude Tinker Sachs

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Reclaiming Praxis: A Tribute to Paulo Freire!, Gertrude Tinker Sachs

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Welcome from the Senior Editor, Gertrude Tinker Sachs

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Welcome from the Senior Editor: The Challenges and the Opportunities in Our Professional Lives, Gertrude Tinker Sachs

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An Award-Winning ESOL Endorsement Program: A Case for Ethnographic Approaches in Teacher Education, Gertrude Tinker Sachs, Kimberly D. Carr, Patty Limb, Jayoung Choi, and Dennis Murphy

Submissions from 2013

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“We Are Not Terrorists,” But More Likely Transnationals: Reframing Understandings About Immigrants in Light of the Boston Marathon Bombings, G. Sue Kasun

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Food for Thought: A Framework for Social Justice in Social Studies Education, LaGarrett King and G. Sue Kasun

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“We txt 2 sty cnnectd”: An African American Mother and Son Communicate: Digital Literacies, Meaning-Making, and Activity Theory Systems, Tisha Y. Lewis

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Service-Learning: International Teachers' Perspectives, Jean O'Keefe and Joseph R. Feinberg

Submissions from 2012

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Connecting Transnationalism to the Classroom and to Theories of Immigrant Student Adaptation, G. Sue Kasun

Submissions from 2011

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Collaboration, Mentoring and Co-Teaching in Teacher Education, Gertrude Tinker Sachs, Terry Fisher, and Joanna Cannon

Submissions from 2010

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The ReDistricting Game: Teaching Congressional Gerrymandering through an Online Simulation Game, Emily Juckett and Joseph R. Feinberg

Submissions from 2009

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Committee of Eight, Chara H. Bohan

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Committee of Seven, Chara H. Bohan

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Salmon, Lucy Maynard (1853–1927), Chara H. Bohan

Submissions from 2007

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An examination of preservice teachers’ initial attempts to use instructional scaffolding, Joyce E. Many, Donna Lester Taylor, Yang Wang, Gertrude Tinker Sachs, and Heidi Schreiber

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Cantonese as an additional language in Hong Kong, Gertrude Tinker Sachs and David C.S. Li

Submissions from 2005

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Digging Trenches: Nationalism and the First National Report on the Elementary History Curriculum, Chara H. Bohan

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Lawrence A. Cremin, Chara H. Bohan

Submissions from 2004

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Cooperative learning in Hong Kong primary and secondary schools., Gertrude Tinker Sachs

Submissions from 2003

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A fair to remember: Elementary economics., Chara H. Bohan

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Early Vanguards of Progressive Education: The Committee of Ten, the Committee of Seven, and Social Education, Chara H. Bohan

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One child’s happy face: Teaching and learning about adoption from China, Chara H. Bohan

Submissions from 2001

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Begin Where I Am: Kindergarten Geography, Chara H. Bohan

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The meaning of citizenship in the 21st Century, Chara H. Bohan

Submissions from 1999

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Action Research Files: An Interview with Anne Burns, Gertrude Tinker Sachs

Submissions from 1998

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Hilda Taba [Dictionary Entry], Chara H. Bohan

Submissions from 1996

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Education and the school-to-work policy: Life long learners or life long workers, Anna V. Wilson, Chara H. Bohan, Manuel Flores-Fahara, and Cinthia S. Salinas

Submissions from 1989

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Levels of Cultural Familiarity and Strategy Use in Reading Comprehension, Gertrude Tinker Sachs

Submissions from 1984

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Dialect and Reading: The Question of Interference, Gertrude Tinker Sachs