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#TeacherLives Speaker Series

The #TeacherLives Speaker Series is a set of talks sponsored by the Department of Educational Studies at Swarthmore College. The series centers on the lives of teachers, topics and perspectives that intersect with teaching for social justice. Follow the ongoing… Continue Reading →


I have worked with students of all ages in formal and informal educational settings. Higher Education courses I have taught ,or was a teaching assistant for, include: Educational Methods Language & Literacy Mathematics for the Elementary and Middle School Classroom… Continue Reading →

Call for Youth Researchers! Education in our Barrios Research Study

Positions have been filled as of 5/23/13 Did you grow up in, or go to school in, a Latino-majority community in New York City? Are you a college-aged person (18-24) interested in developing your skills as a researcher and technology expert in… Continue Reading →

Repost: Nipping Dissent: The Hollow Centrality of Neoliberal Democracy and Multiculturalism

By Edwin Mayorga and Julie Gorlewski (with support from reclaimAERA) “I am weary of the abuse of social media by writers hurling anonymous, venomous insults—a practice that encourages the general retreat to intellectual neighborhoods. Our work and our interactions with one… Continue Reading →

reclaimAERA and “On thoughtful disagreements and righteous anger,” by Barbara Madeloni

Being deep in data-collection for my dissertation project I have been hard-pressed to get on the blogging tip in the last few weeks. Like many emerging educator-activist-scholars in the field of Education in the U.S., I am a member of… Continue Reading →

April 3: Forum on Racial Justice and CUNY – 6:00-8:30pm @ PSC-CUNY HQ

CUNY remains one of the most diverse college systems in the country. Yet black and Latino students are now far less likely than they were before 2009 to be enrolled in a CUNY senior college, particularly those in the top… Continue Reading →

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