Re-imagining Turnaround: Families and Communities Leading Educational Justice – A New FLDC Publication

Re-imagining Turnaround: Families and Communities Leading Educational Justice – A New FLDC Publication

We are thrilled to share a new publication from FLDC’s Ann Ishimaru on families and communities leading towards educational justice, published in the Journal of Educational Administration (JEA)in a special issue (forthcoming) edited by Karen Seashore Louis and Muhammad Khalifa at the University of Minnesota. The purpose of this paper is to deepen the understanding of how minoritized families and communities contribute to equity-focused school change, not […]

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

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 […]

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Strong Families, Strong Nations – A New Publication from FLDC Members!

Strong Families, Strong Nations – A New Publication from FLDC Members!

“Families are the heart of Indigenous nations and communities.” We are excited to share a new publication on Indigenous family engagement from FLDC’s Dr. Megan Bang, Charlene Montaño Nolan, and Nikki McDaid-Morgan! This chapter, published in the Handbook of Indigenous Education (editors Elizabeth Ann McKinley & Linda Tuhiwai Smith), argues for amplifying and renewing Indigenous family leadership and engagement in systems of education that aim to support Indigenous communities’ resurgence. […]

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