Articles

Ableism

Jessica K. Bacon & Priya Lalvani (2019) Dominant narratives, subjugated knowledges, and the righting of the story of disability in K-12 curricula, Curriculum Inquiry, 49:4, 387-404, DOI: 10.1080/03626784.2019.1656990
Nirmala Ereveles (2011) “Coming Out Crip” in Inclusive Education. Teachers College Record113(10), 2155-2185
Dušana Podlucká (2020) Transformative Anti-Ableist Pedagogy for Social Justice. Outlines. Critical Practice Studies21(1), 69-97
Argun Saatcioglu & Thomas M. Skrtic (2019) Categorization by organizations: Manipulation of disability categories in a racially desegregated school district. American Journal of Sociology125(1), 184-260
Russell J. Skiba, Ada B. Simmons, Shana Ritter, Ashley C. Gibb, M. Karega Rausch, Jason Cuadrado, & Choong-Geun Chung (2008) Achieving equity in special education: History, status, and current challenges. Exceptional Children74(3), 264-288
Maria Timberlake (2020) Recognizing Ableism in Educational Initiatives: Reading between the Lines. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(1), 84-100

PBIS

Joshua Bornstein (2015) “IF THEY’RE ON TIER I, THERE ARE REALLY NO CONCERNS THAT WE CAN SEE:” PBIS MEDICALIZES COMPLIANT BEHAVIOR. Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research9(4)
Allison L. Bruhn & Shanna E. Hirsch (2017) From good intentions to great implementation. Report on emotional & behavioral disorders in youth17(3), 64
Allison Bruhn, Shanna Eisner Hirsch, Jay Gorsh, & Chloe Hannan (2014) Simple strategies for reflecting on and responding to common criticisms of PBIS. Journal of Special Education Leadership27(1), 13-25
Valentina Migliarini & Subini Ancy Annamma (2020) Classroom and behavior management:(re) conceptualization through disability critical race theory. Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education, 1511-1532
Amy K. Loukus (2015) PBIS is (not) behavior analysis: A response to Horner and Sugai (2015). Behavior analysis in practice8(1), 95-98
H. Richard Milner IV (2019) Culturally Responsive Classroom Management. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education
Bach Mai Dolly Nguyen, Pedro Noguera, Nathan Adkins, & Robert T. Teranishi (2019) Ethnic discipline gap: Unseen dimensions of racial disproportionality in school discipline. American Educational Research Journal56(5), 1973-2003
Geoffrey D. Reno, Jennifer Friend, Loyce Caruthers, & Dianne Smith (2017) Who’s getting targeted for behavioral interventions? Exploring the connections between school culture, positive behavior support, and elementary student achievement. The Journal of Negro Education86(4), 423-438

Racism

Mamta Motwani Accapadi (2007) When White Women Cry: How White Women’s Tears Oppress Women of Color. College Student Affairs Journal26(2), 208-215
Adam Alvarez (2020) Seeing race in the research on youth trauma and education: A critical review. Review of Educational Research90(5), 583-626
Subini Annamma, Deb Morrison, and Darrell Jackson (2014) Disproportionality fills in the gaps: Connections between achievement, discipline and special education in the school-to-prison pipeline. Berkeley Review of Education5(1)
Beth A. Ferri & David J. Connor (2005) Tools of exclusion: Race, disability, and (re) segregated education. Teachers College Record107(3), 453-474
David Gillborn (2019) We Need to Talk about White People. Multicultural Perspectives21(2), 97-101
Teresa J. Guess (2006) The social construction of whiteness: Racism by intent, racism by consequence. Critical Sociology32(4), 649-673
Bach Mai Dolly Nguyen, Pedro Noguera, Nathan Adkins, & Robert T. Teranishi (2019). Ethnic discipline gap: Unseen dimensions of racial disproportionality in school discipline. American Educational Research Journal56(5), 1973-2003
Roger Saul & Casey Burkholder (2019): Intellectualizing whiteness as a response to campus racism: some concerns, Ethnic and Racial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2019.1654116
Rhianna Thomas (2019) Identifying your skin is too dark as a put-down: Enacting whiteness as hidden curriculum through a bullying prevention programme, Curriculum Inquiry, 49:5, 573-592, DOI: 10.1080/03626784.2019.1687258

Teacher Preparation

Jeffrey P. Carpenter, Scott A. Morrison, Madeline Craft, & Michalene Lee (2020) How and why are educators using Instagram?. Teaching and teacher education96, 103149

Teacher Wellness

Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl (2017) Social and emotional learning and teachers. The future of Children, 137-155
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