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Dissertation“Get into good trouble!” Giving our democracy new meaning by changing the perspectives and climate of civic education through civic engagementWhite, Karen DeniseDespite decades of passing civic initiatives to revitalize civic education, youth citizen participation, and young adult voter registration is low—most youth cannot even name one member of U.S. Congress. It also cannot be assumed youth will naturally . . .
DissertationThe missing link: the need for collaboration between special education teachers and administrators to champion students with disabilities in charter schoolsFerguson, Heather BiancaCharter schools are continuing to marginalize a group of students—students with disabilities. Pardoned from many state regulations, charter schools appear to have difficulty executing their responsibilities around special education (Center for Law and . . .
DissertationExploring the impact of ethnic studies pedagogy on African American identity and empowerment in OaklandHinrichs, MargueriteEthnic Studies has emerged as highly impactful for bolstering academic expectations and outcomes for students of color in K-12 education. In 2018, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) implemented a mandatory elective ninth-grade Ethnic Studies cours . . .
DissertationHigh-achieving and highly motivated African American male students with a positive racial identity navigate an urban elementary school: a village collectiveChapman, Rotonda C.When we look at perceptions of African American male students in elementary school and beyond, what do we think of? Some may think of low-performing African American male students as “defiant” and not interested in learning. The reality is that many A . . .