In this presentation, Professor Valdés will examine the challenges facing immigrant-receiving countries in providing formal language instruction to both newly arrived and established immigrants.
Learn about the design and implementation of California State school reform since 2011.
The President of the California State Board of Education, Michael Kirst, will provide an overview of California State school reform. Using guiding words like patience, persistence, and humility, California systematically approached reform by aligning policies into a coherent framework supported by a broad political coalition. The result is seven years of sustained reform and continuous improvement.
Jonathan Rosa researches the interplay between youth socialization, raciolinguistic formations, and structural inequality in urban contexts.
Sarah Levine will present on "a hundred years of tone and mood" at SCOPE's Brown Bag Semiar Series.
Learn more about SCOPE's involvement at this year's AERA Annual Meeting, which focuses on 'Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity.'
Thomas S. Dee's work focuses largely on the use of quantitative methods to inform contemporary policy debates.
A comparative case study of educational leaders in four states that have made early progress in redesigning accountability systems.
Dr. Jiménez-Castellanos will present on the multi-layered educational inequality encountered by low-income, Spanish-speaking students in AZ.
Ramon Antonio Martinez researches intersections of language, race, and ideology in public schooling experiences.