Harvard Educational Review
  1. Spring 2016


    In this Issue:
    The Visible Hand:
    Markets, Politics, and Regulation in Post-Katrina New Orleans
    Huriya Jabbar
    (Re)Imagining Black Boyhood:
    Toward a Critical Framework for Educational Research
    MICHAEL J. DUMAS and JOSEPH DERRICK NELSON
    “Hitting the Streets”:
    Youth Street Involvement as Adaptive Well-Being
    TARA M. BROWN
    College Pride, Native Pride:
    A Portrait of a Culturally Grounded Precollege Access Program for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Students
    ADRIENNE J. KEENE
    La unión hace la fuerza:
    Community Organizing in Adult Education for Immigrants
    RUSSELL H. CARLOCK JR.
    Editor's Review
    CELIA J. GOMEZ
    Editor's Review
    YAN YANG

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  2. Markets, Politics, and Regulation in Post-Katrina New Orleans
    Huriya Jabbar
    In this article Huriya Jabbar examines how the regulatory environment in post–Hurricane Katrina New Orleans has influenced choice, incentives, and competition among schools.   Continue
     
     
    1. Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline

      Edited by Sofía Bahena, North Cooc, Rachel Currie-Rubin, Paul Kuttner, and Monica Ng

      A trenchant and wide-ranging look at this alarming national trend, Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline is unsparing in its account of the problem while pointing in the direction of meaningful and much-needed reforms.

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      Education for a Multicultural Society

      Edited by Kolajo Paul Afolabi, Candice Bocala, Raygine C. DiAquoi, Julia M. Hayden, Irene A. Liefshitz, and Soojin Susan Oh

      In influential and often groundbreaking articles from the Harvard Educational Review, the volume surveys multicultural education’s founding arguments and principles, describes its subsequent evolution, and looks toward its future role and impact.

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      Humanizing Education
      Critical Alternatives to Reform

      Edited by Gretchen Brion-Meisels, Kristy S. Cooper, Sherry L. Deckman, Christina L. Dobbs, Chantal Francois, Thomas Nikundiwe, Carla Shalaby

      This collection of essays from the Harvard Educational Review offers historic examples of humanizing educational spaces, practices, and movements that embody a spirit of hope and change.

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