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Cultural capital transmission mechanisms in public schools
"Walking around like a panda bear": Feelings of stigma among nontraditional-age students
Maternal and paternal perceptions of hostility toward their adolescents: Links to adolescent peer-reported social acceptance and social behavior
The influence of student and teacher characteristics on student-teacher closeness
Migrating knowledge: Schooling, statelessness and safety at the Thailand-Burma border
No Child Left Behind's Supplemental Educational Services: A case study of participant experiences in an urban afterschool program in the District of Columbia
Ad/ministering education: Gender, colonialism, and Christianity in Belize and the Anglophone Caribbean
"Like who you are": Socially constructed identity in the middle school band
Racing, classing, and gendering school-related violence in three Johannesburg secondary schools
"This makes me who I am": The meaning and significance of school membership for ninth grade students transitioning to high school
"I'm not enough of anything!": The racial and ethnic identity constructions and negotiations of one-point-five and second generation Nigerians
Nonparticipation of the 12th graders in the National Assessment of Educational Progress: Understanding determinants of nonresponse and assessing the impact on NAEP estimates of nonresponse bias according to propensity models
In search of signature pedagogies for teacher education: The critical case of Kodaly-inspired music teacher education
Parenting and college enrollment: The effects of parenting style and practices on college enrollment for Black, White and Hispanic children from different economic and family contexts
Spoken stories: A narrative inquiry on the lives and experiences of "outsider teachers"
Imagery matters: Exploring the representation(s) of African American male students in season four of "The Wire"
The home literacy environment and child development: Academic achievement and social skills of children in immigrant families
Exploring parents' crossings into schools: Understanding a critical step in the development of home-school relationships
An examination of the relationship between practicing urban school counselors' colorblind racial ideology and social justice factors such as supports, barriers, self-efficacy and outcome expectations, and social justice interest and commitment
Revisiting the silence of Asian immigrant students: The negotiation of Korean immigrant students' identities in science classrooms
Defining and assessing parent empowerment and its relationship to academic achievement using the National Household Education Survey: A focus on marginalized parents
Social spaces enabling girls' education in India: An outsider's study
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