Volume 9 | Number 1 | Fall/Winter 2019

Editors’ Introduction

Editors of the BRE


Policies and People: A Review of Neoliberalism and Educational Technologies in P-12 Education Research

Thomas Bradley Robinson

The Future of Education: Black Life and Our Classrooms A Moderated Panel Discussion 

Darius C. Gordon

Call for Conversations

Emergent Bilingual and Multilingual Learners in California: Californians Together Passing the Torch to the Next Generation of Advocates (1996 to Present)

Tina Cheuk

Educators Striking for a Better World: The Significance of Social Movement and Solidarity Unionisms

Erin Dyke and  Brendan  Muckian Bates

“People, Not Profits”: The Professional Organizations We Need

Noah Golden &  Deborah Bieler

Seven Days that Shook Oakland and the One that Shook Us Up

Craig Gordon

Towards a Theory of Teacher Agency: Conceptualizing the Political Positions and Possibilities of Teacher Movements

Noah Karvelis


Bonnie Lockhart

Disrupting the Ideology of Settled Expectations: Forging New Social Movements to Dismantle the Educational Racial Contract

Daniel D. Liou

Too Much “On the Line”: My LAUSD Strike Experience

Grace McCullough

Building Power Through Racial Justice: Organizing the #BlackLivesMatterAtSchool Week of Action in K-12 and Beyond

Dana Morrison and Elly Porter-Webb

In North Carolina, Education Activists Face an Uphill Battle

Justin Parmenter

Winning in Baltimore: The Story of How BMORE Put Racial Equity at the Center of Teacher Union Organizing

Jessica Shiller and  BMore Caucus

Volume 8 | Number 2 | Spring/Summer 2019

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Choice Matters: Equity and Literacy Achievement

Nicola McClung, Elaine Barry, Diana Neebe, Yvette Mere-Cook, Qi Wang & Millie Gonzalez-Balsam

Challenging the Relationship Between Settler Colonial Ideology and Higher Education Spaces

Stephanie Masta

“Signifying Nothing”: Identifying Conceptions of Youth Civic Identity in the English Language Arts Common Core State Standards and the National Assessment of Educational Progress’ Reading Framework

Antero Garcia & Nicole Mirra

Volume 8 | Number 1 | Fall/Winter 2018

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(Re)production of the Contemporary Elite Through Higher Education: A Review of Critical Scholarship

Rebecca Shamash

Looking Backward to Go Forward:  Toward a Kliebardian Approach to Curriculum Theory

Zachary A. Casey & Michael J. McCanless

The Challenges and Possibilities of Youth Participatory Action Research for Teachers and Students in Public School Classrooms

Christopher John Buttimer

Students Taking Social Action: Critical Literacy Practices Through School-As-Museum Learning

Genevieve Erker Caffrey & Rebecca Rogers

Silencing Racialized Humor in Elementary School: Consequences of Colormuting and Whiteness for Students of Color

Irene H. Yoon

Volume 7 | Number 2 | Spring/Summer 2018

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Legitimizing the Dilettante: Teach For America and the Allure of Ed Cred

Davis Clement

Using Ethnography to Understand How Policy Reform Influences the Transfer Process at One Community College

Eric R. Felix

Constructing the Literate Child in the Library: An Analysis of School Library Standards

Alyson T. Rumberger

Volume 7 | Number 1 | Fall/Winter 2017

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Minority Serving Institutions: A Data-Driven Student Landscape in the Outcomes-Based Funding Universe

Marybeth Gasman, Thai-Huy Nguyen, Andrés Castro Samayoa, & Daniel Corral

Righting Technologies: How Large-Scale Assessment Can Foster a More Equitable Education System

Nadia Behizadeh & Tom Liam Lynch

Homophobic Expression in K-12 Public Schools: Legal and Policy Considerations Involving Speech that Denigrates Others

Suzanne E Eckes

Call for Conversations

Call for Conversations: Education in the Era of Trump

Editors of the BRE

Oklahoma is a Moving Train: On Trump and the (Impossible) Demand for “Neutral” Classrooms in a Red State

Erin Dyke, Sarah Gordon, & Jennifer Job

Made You Look: Reflecting on the Trump Election and Patterns of False Response

Adam Freas & Jesus Limon-Guzman

Can the DREAM Still Exist?

Cheryl Burleigh

Understanding and Undermining Fake News From the Classroom

Adam Rosenzweig

Designing an Intervention to Promote Critical Thinking About Statistics in the General Public

Leela Velautham

For Girls Made of Fire

Eleni Eftychiou

Contextualizing Trump: Education for Communism

Curry Malott

Curbing Ignorance and Apathy (Across the Political Spectrum) Through Global Citizenship Education

Michael Thier

Special Features

Reimagining Educational Research: A Conversation

Prudence L. Carter & Na’ilah Suad Nasir

Volume 6 | Number 2| Spring/Summer 2016

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Translanguaging: Definitions, Implications, and Further Needs in Burgeoning Inquiry

Luis Poza

From Discipline to Dynamic Pedagogy: A Re-conceptualization of Classroom Management

Jonathan Ryan Davis

Engaging Diversity and Marginalization through Participatory Action Research: A Model for Independent School Reform

Joseph Derrick Nelson, Tanya Maloney, & Zachary Hodges

The Ballot Initiative and Other Modern Threats to Public Engagement in Educational Policymaking

Peter Piazza

Volume 6 | Number 1 | Fall/Winter 2016

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Educating Competitive Students for a Competitive Nation: Why and How Has the Chinese Discourse of Competition in Education Rapidly Changed Within Three Decades?

Xu Zhao

Vulnerable Manhood: Collaborative Testimonios of Latino Male Faculty

Juan F. Carrillo & Jason Mendez

The Invisible Tax: Exploring Black Student Engagement at Historically White Institutions

Jarvis R. Givens

Demographic Differences in Adolescent Time Attitude Profiles in an Urban High School: A Person-Oriented Analysis Using Model-Based Clustering

Rachael M. Prow, Frank C. Worrell, James R. Andretta, & Zena R. Mello

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