PERPETUATING INEQUALITIES: THE ROLE OF POLITICAL DISTRACTION IN EDUCATION POLICY
Educational Policy, Volume 35, Issue 2, Page 163-179, March 2021. The 2021 Politics of Education Yearbook brings together scholars from diverse theoretical orientationsincluding policy studies, critical trans politics, and Critical Race Theoryto explore the politics of distraction within . . .
THE RETENTION OF EDUCATORS OF COLOR AMIDST INSTITUTIONALIZED RACISM
Educational Policy, Volume 35, Issue 2, Page 180-212, March 2021. Representing approximately 20% of the workforce, educators of color (EOC) leave the field at a rate 25% higher than their White counterparts. Despite workforce diversification efforts, few studies investigate the psychosocial . . .
WHITE FEAR, WHITE FLIGHT, THE RULES OF RACIAL STANDING AND WHITENESS AS PROPERTY: WHY TWO CRITICAL RACE THEORY CONSTRUCTS ARE BETTER THAN ONE
Educational Policy, Volume 35, Issue 2, Page 259-273, March 2021. Despite earning the highest grade point average (GPA) in her graduating class at the recently integrated Cleveland High School (CHS) in Cleveland, Mississippi, Ms. Jasmine Shepard, an African-American female, was named . . .