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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

DisCrit

David Connor, Wendy Cavendish, Taucia Gonzalez & Patrick Jean-Pierre (2019) Is a bridge even possible over troubled waters? The field of special education negates the overrepresentation of minority students: a DisCrit analysis, Race Ethnicity and Education, 22:6,
723-745, DOI: 10.1080/13613324.2019.1599343
David DeMatthews (2020) Addressing Racism and Ableism in Schools: A DisCrit Leadership Framework for Principals, The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 93:1, 27-34, DOI: 10.1080/00098655.2019.1690419
Hailey R. Love & Margaret R. Beneke (2021) Pursuing Justice-Driven Inclusive Education Research: Disability Critical Race Theory (DisCrit) in Early Childhood, Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 1–14, DOI: 10.1177/0271121421990833

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)
Cynthia Garcia Coll, Keith Crnic, Gontran Lamberty, Barbara Hanna Wasik, Renee Jenkins, Heidie Vazquez Garcia, and Harriet Pipes McAdoo (1996). An integrative model for the study of developmental competencies in minority children. Child development, 67(5), 1891-1914.
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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