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Recent legal and political actions have challenged the use of race-conscious college admissions policies. Earlier research offers mixed evidence about the link between an institution’s racial/ethnic composition (i.e., structural diversity) and the formation of close interracial relationships,...
Although education researchers understand that race is a problematic concept of spurious value, the concept persists in our research and scholarship. Each of the social sciences that contribute to the field of education has a history of racialized understandings that make their way to both our...
This essay addresses the value of leveraging the unique learning, thinking, and knowledge students develop in home–community spaces for school curriculum. The author explores everyday resistance to highlight a particular set of enacted political actions and practices in which students,...
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