NEW Research Brief: Racialized Formations of Learning In and Across Contexts

 

NEW: Racialized Formations of Learning In and Across Context Research Brief

Racializations are not just in language, discourse, and ideology but also shape the neurobiological structure of the body.” – pg. 2

This new research brief, written by Ezekiel Dixón-Roman, provides a way of understanding what racializations are, discusses some of the important research literature on the impact of racializations in education, and highlights the potential of comprehensive education policy.

Click here to download a PDF of the brief.