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Founded in 1986, Educational Foundations is a professional journal published quarterly by Caddo Gap Press. This publication's articles focus on the topic of Education, specifically in the educational foundations fields.Set up an RSS feed
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Speaking Up and Speaking out against Dominant Discourses about African Americans in Education
January 1, 2012... Not all African Americans are "substandard," "deficient," or "challenging" to work with in education. The reality is that many African Americans in education are succeeding. Some succeed because they are well supported in their educational experiences while others succeed in spite of their...
Useful and Dangerous Discourse: Deconstructing Racialized Knowledge about African-American Students
January 1, 2012... Drawing from Michel Foucault's notion of "useful" and "dangerous" discourse coupled with the theory of racial knowledge (Goldberg, 1993), this conceptual article examines how two common counter-discourses about African-American students operate and create racial knowledge in education practice....
Challenging Negative Perceptions of Black Teachers
January 1, 2012... In this article, I focus on a case study of an African-American (1) teacher's perceptions about teaching and instructional practices in an urban middle school, Bridge Middle School. I provide a counter to some negative conceptions of Black teachers in general through a focus on this teacher:...
Learning Mathematics While Black
January 1, 2012... A study that concludes that African-American students perform way below White mainstream students... is correct, but such a conclusion tells us very little about the material conditions with which African-American students work in the struggle against racism, educational tracking, and the...
What Does Racism Have to Do with Leadership? Countering the Idea of Color-Blind Leadership: A Reflection on Race and the Growing Pressures of the Urban Principalship
January 1, 2012... Much of the history and study of leadership in general has omitted "other" perspectives in the literature. The same is true in educational leadership in general, and the principalship in particular. Consider that Tillman (2004b) points out that the top four journals in educational...