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In this article,the authors focused on the civic learning experiences of high school students in two different communities to explore two interrelated ideas: 1. The power of congruence to encourage feelings of civic efficacy in youth. 2. The deep complexities of disjuncture for the civic learning experiences of youth. This project revealed both how civic action research can facilitate the connection between the curriculum and students' lives and how there are complexities in making such connections. Furthermore, congruence and disjuncture profoundly shaped these students' civic learning experiences.
Updated: Apr. 10, 2011
Realizing the Equity-Minded Aspirations of Detracking and Inclusion: Toward a Capacity-Oriented Framework for Teacher Education
Drawing on ethnographic research in detracked and inclusion classrooms, this paper analyzes the nature and sources of the tensions and dilemmas felt by teachers working in intentionally heterogeneous settings. It argues that the implementation of these policies is not often accompanied by a serious interrogation of the taken-for-granted understandings of ability, standards, and structural inequality that pervade educational discourse inside schools.
Updated: Jul. 06, 2009