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.
Guillermo Solano-Flores specializes in educational assessment and linguistic and cultural issues relevant to international test comparisons.
Jelena Obradovic discussed resarch on adversity in childhood and how it influences children's adaptation across various domains of functioning.
"Be the Change" tells the remarkable story of an innovative public high school launched by dedicated teachers in East Palo Alto, California.
Students in K–12 classrooms are increasingly expected to make sense of mathematics problems together. This talk focused on student authority relations as a key interactional component of collaborative mathematics classrooms. How intellectual authority becomes constructed, organized, and distributed among students has implications for both the process of collaborative sense-making and the development of mathematics-linked identities.
Affiliated scholars and leading members of the education community examine the latest research and pressing education issues.
A panel of experts discussed the impact of common enrollment systems in cities across in the U.S. and abroad.
In the last SCOPE Brown Bag Seminar this academic year, Ben Domingue spoke on genetics and educational attainment.