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Applying to College: The Role of Family Resources in Academic Undermatch

by Josipa Roksa & Denise Deutschlander
This article illuminates how students’ college-going attitudes and behaviors are rooted in family social and cultural resources.
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Getting College-Ready During State Transition Toward the Common Core State Standards

by Zeyu Xu & Kennan Cepa
This article examines the transitional impact of the Common Core State Standards on student college -readiness measures during the early stages of their implementation.
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Poor Queer Studies: Confronting Elitism in the University

by Matt Brim
reviewed by R. Bradley Johnson, Amberlina Alston & Ryan McKeel


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Stagnant Dreamers: How the Inner City Shapes the Integration of Second-Generation Latinos

by María G. Rendón
reviewed by Francesca A. López


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Opportunities and Challenges in Teacher Recruitment and Retention: Teachers' Voices Across the Pipeline

by Carol R. Rinke & Lynnette Mawhinney
reviewed by Alexis Jones


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Digital Governance of Education: Technology, Standards and Europeanization of Education

by Paolo Landri
reviewed by Lisa Damaschke-Deitrick & Petrina M. Davidson

 


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Questioning Care in the Academic World
by Melanie Shoffner & Angela W. Webb
The arrival of COVID-19 has altered the world of academia in ways that we are only beginning to understand, just as it has reshaped and reconfigured expectations and enactments of care. As faculty navigate the seismic upheaval wrought by this pandemic in academia – while meeting the reworked requirements of teaching, research, and service – we question whether the semblance of care for faculty has disappeared from this new landscape.
 
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